Blessed Harbours: An Anthology of Hungarian-Canadian Authors
Guernica Editions, 2002 - Literary Collections - 260 pages
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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Introduction by George Bisztray
Marina Mezey McDougall
Laszlo Kemenes Gefin
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