Hungarian Literature

Hungarian literature is literature written in the Hungarian language, predominantly by Hungarians. Hungarian literature may also include literature written in another language than Hungarian (mostly Latin) which is significant due to its Hungary-related topic or if it includes fragments in Hungarian. While virtually unknown in the Anglosphere for centuries, Hungary's literature gained renown by the end of the 20th century thanks to a new wave of internationally accessible writers like Antal Szerb, Sándor Márai, Imre Kertész and Magda Szabó.

The Choice: Embrace the Possible
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Maradj velem (Iskolák versenye, #2)
Jöttem, hadd lássalak
Akkor szakítsunk
Élő kötet nem marad
Húszezer éjszaka
The World Goes On
Egyszer (Bexi, #6)
Valahol (Bexi, #5)
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The Last Wolf / Herman
Az utolsó boszorkány történetei
A vastagbőrű mimóza
Sömmi
Embers
The Door
Satantango
Fatelessness
Journey by Moonlight
The Paul Street Boys
The Melancholy of Resistance
Skylark
The Tragedy of Man
Kornél Esti
Anna Édes
Eclipse of the Crescent Moon
War & War
Be Faithful Unto Death
Farvel til våpnene by Ernest HemingwayDen store Gatsby by F. Scott FitzgeraldKlokkene ringer for deg by Ernest HemingwayOg solen går sin gang by Ernest HemingwayProsessen by Franz Kafka
Den Gule Serie
93 books — 2 voters

Az ajtó by Magda SzabóRégimódi történet by Magda SzabóAdj ​esélyt! by Bálint ErikaVidravas by Erzsébet GalgócziA közös bűn by Erzsébet Galgóczi
Magyar női szerzők
48 books — 4 voters
Az ajtó by Magda SzabóSorstalanság by Imre KertészEgyperces novellák by István ÖrkényIskola a határon by Géza OttlikKis magyar pornográfia by Péter Esterházy
100 Hungarian Books to Read
12 books — 1 voter

The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-ExupéryThe Trial by Franz KafkaThe Stranger by Albert CamusCrime and Punishment by Fyodor DostoyevskyThe Man Without Qualities by Robert Musil
Favorite Translated Literature
784 books — 260 voters
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Best Novels from Eastern Europe
123 books — 68 voters


Brent Weeks
Csak akkor ülj le, ha tudod, semmi sincs a közelben, ami elől el kellene futnod.
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George Pólya
I started studying law, but this I could stand just for one semester. I couldn't stand more. Then I studied languages and literature for two years. After two years I passed an examination with the result I have a teaching certificate for Latin and Hungarian for the lower classes of the gymnasium, for kids from 10 to 14. I never made use of this teaching certificate. And then I came to philosophy, physics, and mathematics. In fact, I came to mathematics indirectly. I was really more interested in ...more
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