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Review on Márta Pellérdi’s book: Nabokov’s Palace: The American Novels
2011-12-07 11:35
Rusvai Mónika

Beholding the cover of this not too bulky, yet very well-structured volume the future reader may marvel at the peculiar pink-white mist which deepens into a noble dark purple...

Meister Eckhart: "The Light of Reason"
2011-09-12 19:12
Eszes Renáta

You need to read much to see how little you know.
- Lia Chin

As the book's preface states, Meister Eckhart is known in a lot of...

Robert A. Markus: The End of Ancient Christianity
2011-07-26 10:21
Vasi Virág

In this world, you can't really talk about the centuries following Jesus Christ without mentioning Saint Augustine. Whatever questions you may ask about the second part of...

2011-07-10 23:28
Várhegyi András

It wasn't easy to find tickets for "The Tragedy of Man" at the end of the theatre season. The restaging of Imre Madách's work after its debut at the...

2011-06-29 22:06
Csillagh Katalin

April 22 marked a new station of the series of events titled "Liszt! In Every Respect", taking place in the Festival Theatre of Palace of Arts in Budapest. The last...

About Béla Tarr's movie
2011-06-24 00:42
Bene Bálint

Why is it worth watching "The Turin Horse" instead of "Terminator 27"? You will have free seats, the 3D goggles won't hurt your ears, you won't miss any twists in the...

John Paul II: "The Theology of the Body"
2011-06-17 07:36
Zsurzsán Anita

John Paul II., beatified a couple weeks ago, intoduced new themes in his traditional two-hour-long Wednesday catechisms, not long after his election in 1979. Many were...

The Collection Revisited – Ludwig Museum
2011-06-01 23:39
Bedi Katalin

The exhibition titled Unmistakable Sentences puts new pieces of Ludwig Museum's permanent collection on display. Even its title is provoking by miming unambiguity, but in reality it...

Imre Kertész: Haldimann Letters (Haldimann-levelek)
2011-05-29 08:55
Németh Tamás

In 1977, two years after the original release of Fateless, Imre Kertész learned from one of his acquaintances that a review of his book was published in Neue Zürcher...

Katalin Farkas: The Subject's Point of View
2011-05-21 23:23
Such Dávid

The Subject’s Point of View, a book written by Katalin Farkas is an especially remarkable achievement in the Hungarian philosophical life, not only because it was published by one...