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Ungheria 1945-2002. La dimensione letteraria

  • Beatrice Tottossy,

The 2002 Nobel Prize to Imre Kertész is a symptom: Hungary is now weltliterarisch. The historical process – which has seen Hungarian writers working since the 1970s to gain ontological autonomy for their field, to write in a language that is not mendacious, to go beyond the 'modern' of real socialism to a 'postmodern' in which reality is not "described", but "employed", and to anthropic ends – is at a standstill, it is greeted abroad as a common heritage. According to Ungheria 1945-2002. La dimensione letteraria – which concludes a prolonged period of analytical work (see Scrivere postmoderno in Ungheria, 1995, and Scrittori ungheresi allo specchio, 2003) – the Hungarian contribution to the contemporary era lies in its sense for this anthropic function of literature (even though the context now seems to want to thwart this effort).

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Beatrice Tottossy

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-3415-4169

Beatrice Töttössy studies the possibilities of the literary text and author in digital society. Author of books on the literary condition in Hungary, she has edited unpublished works by Attila József and anthologies of literature and essays. She directs BSFM and LEA (a series and a journal published by Firenze University Press) and the Open Access publishing laboratory. She coordinates bilateral Italo-Hungarian studies.
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Book Title

Ungheria 1945-2002. La dimensione letteraria

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Beatrice Tottossy

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2012

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Firenze University Press

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Biblioteca di Studi di Filologia Moderna

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