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Magyar Lettre Internationale 82 (2011)
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82 (2011)

Magyar Lettre Internationale
 

Kornis

Mihállyal Kornis
Révai Gábor beszélget: Hol voltam, hol nem voltam (részletek egy beszélgetőkönyvből)
Mihaly Kornis on his life

Amerika, London, Parizs

János Háy
Small step for a man, giant leap for me
New York reportage
Gábor Ébli
Free entry
On London Museums
Bruno Latour
A látható, a totalizált és a láthatatlan város
Zooming in on Paris
Igor Pomerancev
Csernovic (Egy vízbefúlt emlékiratai)
On Tschernowitz (first published in Wespennest)
Mircea Cărtărescu
Káprázat (regényrészlet)
Extracts from the trilogy Orbitor
Csaba Zahorán
Városok a magasban
The magic of "the happy years of peace"
The Hungarian urban milieu of the Carpathian Basin -- its past and present, written for the Central Europe as City common English issue of Res Publica Nowa, Host, Kritika & Kontext, Lettre
Dénes Tamás
Képek egy vasútállomásról
Pictures from a train station
Igor Kovačević
Építésznek lenni Közép-Európában
Attila Batár
Lucien Hervé ars poeticája
Ars poetica of the photographer Lucien Hervé
József Takáts
Menni vagy maradni?
To stay or to leave? Opening speach at the exhibition of the EL AWAY project, Pecs

AZ ÖTÖDIK SVÁJC

The fifth Switzerland
(published with the support of Pro Helvetia)
Georg Kreis
Svájc mítosza és mítoszai
Switzerland as a mythos
Arno Camenisch
A forrásnál
At the source
Monica Cantieni
Zöldfülü
Grünschnabel -- excerpt from the novel
Christina Viragh
Amikor Röbi Schacher megszökött
Excerpt from the novel In April
Felix Philipp Ingold
Meghalt a szerző, éljen a szerző?
Ego-firms in everyday discourse
Zsuzsanna Gahse
Hármasban, Viszonyok
Short prose
Duna-kockák 15-16
Danube cubes 15-16
Ilma Rakusa
Melankólia barátnőnk
Our friend, melancholy -- essay
Andreas Neeser
Ez a rengeteg élet
So viel Leben (short prose)
Georg Kreis
Svájci pluri- és multikulturalitás
On pluri- and multiculturalism in Switzerland
Sandrine Fabbri
A tátongó űr
Excerpt from the novel La beyance
Melinda Nadj Abonji
A Kovács-család
Excerpt from the novel Tauben fliegen auf
Anna Mitgutsch
Az emigrációról
On emigration
Agota Kristoffal
Szekeres Dóra beszélgetett: Mit írogattam volna ott Svájcban magyarul? (a litera-interjúból)
"Why should I have written for them in Hungarian there in Switzerland?"
From the last interview with Agota Kristof

Kommentárok, viták

Commentaries, debates
Clifford Geertz
Foucault-ról
On Foucault
Michel Foucault
Rousseau-ról
On Rousseau
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Jegyzetek a sétálókönyvhöz
Notes to the walking book
Hans-Georg Gadamer
Mítosz és ész
Mythos and mind

Tudósítások

Correspondence
Antoine Garapon (Tunisz)
Tunéziáról
On Tunisia, first published in Esprit
Sergio Benvenuto (Róma)
A történelem előreláthatatlanságáról
On the unpredictability of history -- from the German edition of Lettre
Felix Philipp Ingold (Zürich)
Kis esszé a nagy orosz természetről
A small essay on the big Russion nature -- first published in Wespennest
Bencze Zoltán (Pécs)
Pécs -- egy félbemaradt modernizációs kísérlet
Pecs -- an unfinished modernization experiment

Versek

Poetry
Ilma Rakusa, Zsuzsanna Gahse, Nora Gomringer, Katarina Kucbelová, Schein Gábor

Képek

Illustrations
Lettra arc+kép: Szigethy Anna képeit bemutatja Mélyi József
The works of Anna Szigethy introduced by József Mélyi
Christoph Rütimann videostilljeiből
From the videostills of Cristoph Rütimann
A borítón Szigethy Anna párizsi fotója
Cover photo by Anna Szigethy from Paris


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