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Magyar Lettre Internationale 83 (2011)
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83 (2011)

Magyar Lettre Internationale
 

Miłosz

Czesław Miłosz / Silwia Frolow
Nem végleges diagnózis
Non-final diagnosis
An interview on Russian, Polish and Lithuanian history and literature first published in Russian in Nowaja Polsza, translated from Tygodnik Powszechny 28/2006

Miłoszhoz

Letters To Miłosz
Donatas Petroąius (Lithuania)
A legérdekesebb dolgok a végekről jönnek
Best things come from the preiphery
Ostap Slyvynsky (Ukraine)
Át a "hideg" frontvonalon
Across the "cold" frontline
Igor Stokfiszewski (Poland)
A kétkedés előtt öt perccel
Five minutes before doubting
Pierre Pachet (France)
A rabul ejtett értelemről
About the captive mind
Drago Jančar (Slovenia)
Septentrion jövevényei
Visitor from Septentrion
Petra Hůlová (Czech Republic)
A Kelet-Nyugat dialógusról
On East-West dialogue
Ihar Babkou (Belarus)
Költészetről, távollétről és búcsúról Európától
On poetry, non-presence and a farewell to homeland
Alexandr Lukashuk (Belarus)
Verset a Szabadság Rádiónak
A poem for Radio Freedom
Pályi András
Puszta kézzel a tüzet
To catch the fire with bare hands

Visegrádi Kistotál

Visegard Small Total
Zygmunt Bauman
A totalitarizmus két változatáról
On two versions of totalitarianism. Excerpt from a longer essay first published in Gazeta Wyborcza issues 26.5.2009, 16.6.2009, entitled "Inhumanity is part of human nature".
Pavel Vilikovský
Ezekkel akarják felépíteni az új világukat?
Excerpt from the novel Selfbiography of the Evil
Pavel Brycz
Terra nova
Excerpt from the novel Patriarchátu dávno zaąlá sláva / Dawn of Patriarchs
Petr Čychoň
Munkakópia
Excerpt from the novel Working Copy
Kateřina Tučková
Brünni történet
Brno story. Transcription of Kafka's Metamorphosis, prepared for the Budapest Transfer Festival
Krzysztof Varga
Hunok és szarmaták
Pizza Auschwitz. First published in Gazeta Wyborcza (3.5.2006)
Mariusz Szczygieł
Meg akarod nevettetni Istent?
Do you want to make God laugh? Tell him about your plans
From his latest volume "Zrób sobie raj" (Czarne 2010)
Jerzy Pilch
Milyen az igazi európai
Seven commendments for the true European (from his Diary, first published in Przekroj, see also salon.eu.sk
Blanka Činatlová
Nomádok városa
City of Nomads. First published in Res Publica Nowa 14 (2011)
(Central Europe as a City), a cooperation between the Visegrad journals Host, Res Publica Nowa, Magyar Lettre and Kritika and Kontext
Jana Beňova
Még jó, hogy kórházban vagy...
Thank heavens you're in the hospital...
First published in Res Publica Nowa 14 (2011)
Vörös István
Kirándulás a legvidámabb barakkból egy másikba
Excursion from one of the joyous baracks to another
Andrzej Stasiuk
Mindenszentek Rádió
Radio All Saints
First published in Tygodnik Powszechny, see also salon.eu.sk
Ivana Dobrakovová
Örökség
Heritage (short story)
Veronika ©ikulová
Fehér
White (short story)
Horváth Viktor
Miként munkáltak a sors istennői a jó Zsigmond király birodalmában? (regényrészlet)
Excerpt from the novel, a work in progress about Janus Pannonius,
the first Hungarian poet, and the history of the region in the 16th century
Andrzej Stasiuk
Közép-Európa a történelme nélkül (interjú)
An interview with the Polish author by Katarzyna Janowska and Piotr Mucharski, first published in Tygodnik Powszechny
Katarína Kucbelová
Az aszályos huszadik század (Rövid töprengés afölött, miként van jelen
T. S. Eliot hagyatéka a múlt század cseh és szlovák költészetében)
On differences in Czech and Slovak poetry through the different reception of
T. S. Eliot
Jerzy Illg / Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało
Czesław, a vámpír (Beszélgetés Miłoszról a kiadójával)
Czesław, the vampire (conversation with the publisher of Miłosz)

Kommentárok, viták

Commentaries, discussions
Bojtár Endre
Czesław Miłosz útja a magyar olvasóhoz, avagy egyeztetett kultúrpolitika a szocializmusba
The road of Czesław Miłosz to the Hungarian reader, or negotiated cultural politics during socialism
Ewa M. Thompson
A lengyelek és az orientalizmus. A periféria kulturális tehetetlensége ellen
Said and the Poles. Against the cultural impotency of the periphery
First published in Europa 65 (2005-06-29)
Thierry Chervel, Slavenka Drakulić, Konrád György, Adam Michnik, Marci Shore, Timothy Snyder, Maciej Zaremba
Pozsonyi Közép-Európa fórum a totalitárius struktúrák megújulásáról
Central European Forum on the revival of totalitarian structures (based on the panel discussion "Totalitarian structures: a new lease of life?", Bratislava, November 2009) www.ceeforum.eu

Tudósítások

Correspondence
Michal Witkowski (Varsó)
A poszt-értelmiségi
The post-intellectual (first published in Polityka, see also salon.eu.sk)
Marek Sečkař (Brno)
Versengő cseh városok
A tale of three cities. First in Res Publica Nowa 14 (2011)
Márton László (Budapest)
Hétköznapok folyóval
Everydays with the river

Versek

Poetry
Aczél Géza, Agnieszka Wolny-Hamkało, Kateřina Rudčenková, Michal Habaj, Rudolf Jurolek, Peter ©ulej

The poetry section is partly a result of the "Visegrad Poetess" and the "Lettre-Vlna" cultural exchange projects

Képek

Illustrations
Lettre arc-kép: Németh Ilona munkáit bemutatja Hushegyi Gábor
The works of Ilona Nemeth Ilona (Dunajska Streda) presented by Gabor Hushegyi (curator of the Slovak National Museum)

Photos of the Visegrad Visibility Art Group (Julia Baier, Daąa Barteková, Csoszó Gabriella, Tomaą Gindl, Barbora Holubová, Somogyvári Kata, Szentesi Csaba, Varró Zsuzsa, Zuzana Zborilová)


 

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