Hungarian Review

Hungarian Review

CLASSIC HUNGARIAN POEMS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR

Gyula Illyés (1902–1983)RIVERS, FJORDS, SMALL VILLAGES…  Waterloo, Wagram, Mohi – what were they Before their mild and empty names were filled With keenings, and a thousand deaths went sailing Away to shell the overcast? Unskilled We were in you, in fjord, hamlet, field And equable river. And your fate incurred

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ATTILA BALÁZS (Novi Sad/Újvidék, 1955), writer, translator, journalist. Author of twelve books of prose. Founder of the cultural magazine Ex Symposion. He worked as editor for the YU Radio- Television, moved to Budapest in late 1991. For a time he worked as war correspondent, then as political correspondent for the

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OUR AUTHORS GERALD FROST is a journalist who has written widely about domestic and international politics. He was Director of the London-based Centre for Policy Studies (1992–5) and of the Institute for European Defence and Strategic Studies (1980–92) which he founded. He has written widely for British, American and European

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PÉTER ÁKOS BOD (Szigetvár, 1951) economist, university professor. He worked in economic research at the Institute of Planning, Budapest, taught economics in Budapest and in the US before 1989. He was Minister of Industry and Trade between 1990 and 1991, and Governor of the Hungarian National Bank between 1991 and

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PÉTER ÁKOS BOD (Szigetvár, 1951) economist, university professor. He worked in economic research at the Institute of Planning, Budapest, taught economics in Budapest and in the US before 1989. He was Minister of Industry and Trade between 1990 and 1991, and Governor of the Hungarian National Bank between 1991 and

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ATTILA BALÁZS (Novi Sad/Újvidék, 1955) is a writer, translator and journalist, author of twelve books of prose and founder of the cultural magazine Ex Symposion. He worked as editor for the YU Radio–Television, then moved to Budapest in 1991. For a time he worked as war correspondent, then as political

CLARIFICATION

At the request of Mária Scheiber, daughter of Sándor Scheiber, we issue the following clarification to Enikő Bollobás’s “The Two Doors of Sándor Scheiber” (Vol. IV., No. 4., 2013). The last time Sándor Scheiber left his house before his death was not with Enikő Bollobás but with Mária Scheiber. At