Blessed Harbours: An Anthology of Hungarian-Canadian Authors

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Guernica Editions, 2002 - Literary Collections - 260 pages
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Commemorating the 115th anniversary of Hungarian immigration to Canada, this anthology provides a representative picture of the themes, styles, and aspirations of Hungarian-Canadian literature. Revealing the entire spectrum of a colourful culture with ancient roots and a literary tradition in a state of constant renewal, this collection features not only the recognised masters but also a new generation of talent, appealing to anyone interested in the Hungarian immigrant experience in Canada.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
9
Introduction by George Bisztray
15
Joseph Csinger
21
Tamas Dobozy
33
Alex Domokos
43
Csaba Dosa
51
Endre Farkas
60
Ferenc
63
Marina Mezey McDougall
145
George Payerle
158
Karl Sandor
185
Joseph Seres
201
Jim Tallosi
219
Mikl6s Tamasi
222
Tamas
230
Gyorgy Vitez
242

Maria Green
78
George Jonas
84
Laszlo Kemenes Gefin
101
Tom Konyves
121
Biographical Notes
249
Sources of Literature
257
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John Miska lives in Victoria, British Columbia. There are 21 authors included in this anthology.

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