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Publikációs listám 3. rész

2008.11.11

·              Publikációs listám 3. rész

      61. ”Equal Treatment–Equal Aspirations,” CourierFreeman, Massena Observer, etc. (March 1976) Több példány

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·                    62. “Women Must Develop Higher Aspirations,” Watertown Daily Times, (April 14, 1976), 6

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·                    63. Irving Langmuir: Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1932. With Stephen Brunauer, General Electric Monographs, Schenectady, N.Y.1976  1-28. Töb példány

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·                    64.”Carol Hill,” in: Contemporary Novelists, ed. J. Vinson, London: St. James Press, 1976, 644–646

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·                    65. “Put All of Them Away” and “My Father Is a Teacher.” (Translations of two poems by Dezső Kosztolányi) Prairie Schooner, 50, (Spring 1976), 1. 52–53, 94

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·                    66. “Apples and Rosemary: Images and Symbols in Hungarian Folk Poetry,” Abstract in: Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of the International Federation of Modern Languages and Literatures, Sydney, Australia, 1976

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·                    67. “Two Who Served- - and Five More,” Christianity and Literature, XXVI:  1, (Fall 1976), 39–45

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·                    68. “Kunkel, Francis Leo. Passion and The Passion.” Choice (June 1976) XIII, 4, 504

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·                    69. Thornton Wilder: 18971975. MLA 1976, ed. Dalma H. Brunauer  New York, N.Y.

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·                    70. “Ruthwen K.K.: Myth,” Choice (April 1977) Vol. XIV, 2, 186

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·                    71.”Sinor, Denis, editor. Studies in Finno-Ugric Linguistics: In Honor of Alo Raun.  Indiana University Uralic and Altaic Series , Volume 131.  Bloomington. 1977.” 1-7.

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·                    72.”Tájékoztató az Amerikai Magyar Tanárok Egyesületének munkájáról,” Nyelvünk és Kultúránk (1977) Budapest, pp. 190–192 (in Hungarian)

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·                    73. Ady’s Generation and Cosmopolitanism in Hungary, with Enikő M.. Basa, MLA Special Session: Hungarian Literature December 28,1977, Chicago,Ill.

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·                    74. “Kosztolányi és Ady” in : Ady’s Generation and Cosmopolitanism in Hungary, With Stephen Brunauer, 1977

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·                    75. “A Woman’s Self-Liberation: Margit Kaffka’s Letters to Nyugat,” Canadian American Review, (1978) Vol. V., No.2, 31–42

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·                    76.”Amrita Sher–Gil, India magyar származású festője,” Nők Lapja, Budapest, 1978, 14–15. (in Hungarian)

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·                    77. “The Woman Writer in a Changing Society,” Abstract in the Journal of the Center for Women’s Studies, Tokyo Women’s Christian University, Tokyo, 1978 ( In English and Japanese )

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·                    78. “A Friend Found Late in Life: Kosztolányi and Charles Lamb,” NEMLA 1978

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·                    79.  Several abstracts in Christianity and Literature, indexed in MLA Abstracts, 1978, 908

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·                    80–99. Twenty articles in Encyclopedia of World Literature in the 20th Century  New York, 1979

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·                    (“Akhnaton,” 86 “Ancestor Worship,” 159-160 “Asianic Religion,” 287 “Baltic Religion”, 351-352 “Buddhism,” 546-547 “Celtic Religion.” 689-690 “Druids and Druidism,” 1116-1117 “Fertility Cults,”1342-1343 “Finnougric Religion,” 1352-1353 “Folklore,”1371  “Germanic Religion.,” 1478 “Hinduism,” 1671-1672 “Hungary,”1739-1740 “Hunyadi, János,” 1742 “Magyars,”2212 “Matriarchy,”2300 “Moon Worship,” 2427 “Pázmány, Péter,” 2708 “Slavic Religion,” 3323 “Stephen I, King of Hungary, St.” 3389)

 

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