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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: The two-volume compilation of readings in Hungarian exilic literature is a selective guide through the genres of a body of work that until recently was all but inaccessible to English readers, specialist and student alike. These voices from the other Europe add a unique and invaluable chord to our appreciation of global diversity by broadening the definition of exile beyond geographical dislocation to questions of identity provoked by political, cultural, psychological and spiritual displacement. "Volume One: Readings from the Hungarian Exilic Experience" is a collection of award-winning poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, drama, and a trilogy of novels as seen through the eyes of a hyphenated everyman-in-exile, whose journey transcends his condition as a perpetual outsider condemned to anonymity in a world that is both familiar and strange, twistedly funny and at the same time heart-wrenching, uniquely Hungarian and uniquely American, and more importantly, movingly human. Peter Hargitai is a Senior Lecturer in English at Florida International University. He has been teaching Writing, Rhetoric and Literature for four decades. As a poet, author and translator, he has garnered numerous literary awards including the Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets, the Fust Milan Award from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Pro Cultura Hungarica Medal from the Republic of Hungary. He is a member of PEN (Writers in Exile). Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: The two-volume compilation of readings in Hungarian exilic literature is a selective guide through the genres of a body of work that until recently was all but inaccessible to English readers, specialist and student alike. These voices from the ?other Europe? add a unique and invaluable chord to our appreciation of global diversity by broadening the definition of exile beyond geographical dislocation to questions of identity provoked by political, cultural, psychological and spiritual displacement.

Volume One: Readings from the Hungarian Exilic Experience is a collection of award-winning poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, drama, and a trilogy of novels as seen through the eyes of a hyphenated everyman-in-exile, whose journey transcends his condition as a perpetual outsider condemned to anonymity in a world that is both familiar and strange, twistedly funny and at the same time heart-wrenching, uniquely Hungarian and uniquely American, and more importantly, movingly human.

Peter Hargitai is a Senior Lecturer in English at Florida International University. He has been teaching Writing, Rhetoric and Literature for four decades. As a poet, author and translator, he has garnered numerous literary awards including the Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets, the Füst Milán Award from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Pro Cultura Hungarica Medal from the Republic of Hungary. He is a member of PEN (Writers in Exile).

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Descrizione libro Cognella. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 804 pages. Dimensions: 9.9in. x 7.0in. x 1.8in.The two-volume compilation of readings in Hungarian exilic literature is a selective guide through the genres of a body of work that until recently was all but inaccessible to English readers, specialist and student alike. These voices from the other Europe add a unique and invaluable chord to our appreciation of global diversity by broadening the definition of exile beyond geographical dislocation to questions of identity provoked by political, cultural, psychological and spiritual displacement. Volume One: Readings from the Hungarian Exilic Experience is a collection of award-winning poetry, short fiction, non-fiction, drama, and a trilogy of novels as seen through the eyes of a hyphenated everyman-in-exile, whose journey transcends his condition as a perpetual outsider condemned to anonymity in a world that is both familiar and strange, twistedly funny and at the same time heart-wrenching, uniquely Hungarian and uniquely American, and more importantly, movingly human. Peter Hargitai is a Senior Lecturer in English at Florida International University. He has been teaching Writing, Rhetoric and Literature for four decades. As a poet, author and translator, he has garnered numerous literary awards including the Landon Translation Award from the Academy of American Poets, the Fst Miln Award from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and the Pro Cultura Hungarica Medal from the Republic of Hungary. He is a member of PEN (Writers in Exile). This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781609279103

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