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An Introductory Bibliography to the Study of Hungarian Literature

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ISBN 9780674593282

Publication Date: 01/01/1964

290 pages

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This bibliography of 1295 titles, based on research in the United States and Europe, is designed for students who are beginning the study of Hungarian literature or undertaking serious research in the subject. It cites basic secondary sources of book length, summarizing their contents; lists important anthologies, series, and editions of major authors; describes 72 relevant periodicals and the most useful English–Hungarian dictionaries; and, because there are few significant collections of Hungarian materials in the United States, reports the locations of all the cited works in 112 American and 28 European libraries.

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