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Magyar Lettre Internationale 92 (2014)
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92 (2014)

Magyar Lettre Internationale

Sofi Oksanen

Sofi Oksanen
Az irodalom ereje
How literature can change the world (The Stockholm talk given for the occasion of receiving the Nordic Literature Prize)

Európa száz éve

Hundred years of Europe
Aleš Debeljak
Határok, nacionalizmusok és a közös Európa
Borders, Nationalisms and the common Europe (first published in German in Beton International)
Kristian Novak
Fekete folt mapa mundi
Black spot mapa mundi (Beton International)
Ivana Sajko
1914-2014 és kapcsolt korszakok
1914-2014 and connected periods (Beton International)
Spiró György
Békevadászat (dramolett)
Peacehunt (a flashplay) (Beton International)
Daša Drndić
Háborús Tanz
War Tanz (Beton International)
Adisa Bašić
Mama, papa, tizennégy meg én
Mam, dad, fourteen and me (Beton International)
Háy János
A múlt olyan, hogy nem lehet köpni rá
Not at the past (Beton International)
Niran Judit
A szavakon túl csend
Beyond the words silence
Norman Manea
David Gaşpar órásmester fia
Excerpt from the novel The Lair
Márton László
A nagyvilág hírei
News from the outside world (Excerpt from a novel)
Dubravka Ugrešič
Nosztalgia a Zuccotti-parkban
Nostalgia (first published in Wespennest 164 (2013))
Muriel Spark
Jean Brodie kisasszony fénykora (részlet)
Excerpt from the novel The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Juan Marsé
Az álmok kalligráfiája (részlet)
Excerpt from the novel Caligrafía de los sueńos
Gonçalo M. Tavares
Belépés a Pártba (részlet)
Excerpt from the novel Aprender a Rezar na Era da Técnica
Kukorelly Endre
Országházi divatok (részlet)
Excerpt from the book Politics can be different
David Zábransky
Mindig más strandra vágyik (részlet)
Excerpt from the novel Any beach but this
Schneider Ákos
Londoni fércmunka (banánkorszak)
Banana age
Mán-Várhegyi Réka
Két puha pofon
A short story

Török díszvendégség

Turkey guest of honour at the Budapest Book Festival
Orhan Pamuk
Az én Isztambulom
My Istanbul
Memet Baydur
A sors nyila
A short story
Nil Mutluer
Laicizmus mint fogalom és identitás a mai Törökországban
Laicité in Turkey: Between politics and identity
Hatice Meryem
Ha én egy naplopó felesége lennék
Excerpt from the book Sinek Kadar Kocam Olsun
Hatice Meryem, interview
Interjú: Az irodalom az élet fűszere
Literature is the spice of life, (first published in Transcript 32)

Európai elsőkönyvesek

European first novelists
Ana Margarida de Carvalho (PT), Jesus Carrasco (ES), Jasmin B. Frelih (SI), Marco Magini (I), Alida Bremer (G), Vessela Lyahova (BG), Kristian Novak (HR), Harald Darer (A), Roderik Six (BL), Maria A. Ioannou (CY), Annemarie de Gee (NL), Yael Pieren (CH), Hilde Řstby (NO), Hassan Preisler (DA), Pauliina Rauhala (FI), Patrycja Pustkowiak (PL), TomᚠZmeškál (CZ), Ondrej Štefánik (SK), Hidas Judit (HU)

Kommentárok, viták

Pascal Bruckner
Kierkegaard, a dendi Krisztus
Svetislav Basara
On Céline (Beton International)
Háy János
Nehéz nélküle(m) elképzelni a világot (Petri Györgyről)
On the poet György Petri
Esterházy Péter, Lothar Müller
Egy hamburgi beszélgetés
A conversation in Hamburg (first published in "Valerio": Ungarn und Europa)


Osman Deniztekin (Istanbul)
Boris Vezjak (Maribor)
Yuri Andrukhovych (Kijev)


Ayhan Gökhan és Rami Saari versei


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Russia in global dialogue
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Digital solidarity
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Olga Tokarczuk
A finger pointing at the moon
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Piotr Kiezun, Jaroslaw Kuisz
Literary perspectives special: Witold Gombrowicz
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