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Publikációs listám 4. rész

2008.11.11

·                    Publikációs listám 4. rész

100. “Apples and Rosemary: Images and Symbols in Hungarian Folk Poetry,” UralAltaische Jahrbücher, 51 (1979), 66–80

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·                    101. “The King of Poets and the Poet” (abstract) Council on National Literatures, Quarterly World Report, (April 1979) Vol. II. No. 2, 10–11

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·                    102. “Denham, Robert D.: “Northrop Fry and Critical Method,” Choice, (November 1979) Vol.16, 5, 663

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·                    103. “As Her Whimsey Took Her: Critical Essays on the Work of Dorothy L. Sayers,” Choice, (November 1979) Vol. 16, 9, 116

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·                    A triple symposium organized and chaired by Dalma H. Brunauer, San Francisco, 1979.  Official program of the Division of Religious Approaches to Literature:

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·                    104. The Murasaki Millennium, Division of Religious Approaches to Literature, MLA, 1979

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·                    105. Literature and Religion East and West, MLA 1979

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·                    106. Women in Literature and Religion, MLA, 1979

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·                    107. “Festgabe für Alo Raun” Ural-Altaische Jahrbücher, Bloomington: Indiana U. Press, 1980,  138–140 (in German)

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·                    108. “Simon, Linda,’ Thornton Wilder and His World,’  Choice, January 1980, 195–196

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·                    109. “Dundes, Alan. ‘Interpreting Folklore,’  Choice,  November 1980, Vol. 17. 9, 113

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·                    110.”Wilder, Amos.’ Thornton Wilder and His Public,’  Choice, November 1980, Vol. 17, 9, 206–207

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·                    111,”Babits, Mihály,” Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century. Revised Edition, Vol. 1, New York: Frederick Ungar Publishers, 1981, 172–173

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·                    112 “Radnóti, Miklós. The Complete Poetry, ed. and translated by Emery George” Choice, December 1980,Vol. 17, 20, 244-245

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·                    113.”Györgyey, Clara,’ Ferenc Molnár.’ Choice, January 1981, Vol. 17. 21, pp. 231–232

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·                    114. “Basa, Enikő Molnár,’ Sándor Petőfi.’ Choice, February 1981, Vol. 17, No.22, 231–232

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·                    115. “Katona, Anna B. Mihály Vitéz Csokonai.” Choice, February 1981, Vol. 17, 22, 234–235

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·                    116. “The Cultural and Literary Repercussions of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Commentary.” Symposium on the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University, 1981

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·                    117. ”József, Attila,” Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century, Revised Edition, New York: Frederick Ungar, Publishers, 1982. Vol. 2, 531–532

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·                    118. “Kaffka, Margit,” Encyclopedia of World Literature, Vol. 2, 543–544

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·                    119. “Kosztolányi, Dezső,” Encyclopedia of World Literature, Vol. 2, 604-605

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·                    120. “Parallel Lives: Edgar Allan Poe and Attila József,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, Vol. III, Numbers 1 and 2, (April 1982,) 1–11

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·                    121. Dezső Kosztolányi. (with Stephen Brunauer) University of Munich, 1983. (in English)

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·                    122–125. “Lőrinc Szabó,” “Árpád Tóth,”  “Sándor Weöres,” and “Lajos Zilahy,” in: Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century, Ungar, 1983

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·                    126”Turmoil in Hungary, ed. and translated by N. Columban, “Choice, July/August 1983

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·                    127.”Apples and Rosemary: Images and Symbols in Hungarian Folk Poetry,” Karikázó, I-II, April and June, 1984 4-6: 3-7

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·                    128. “Sherlock Holmes and the Hungarian Connexion,” The Baker Street Journal, Vol. 34, 2 (New Series) June 1984  98–105

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·                    129. “Piros csizmám nyomát…” (Short story) Szivárvány, Chicago, (December 1984), 25–28 (In Hungarian)

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·                    130. “A Friend Found Late in Life: Kosztolányi’s Essays on Charles Lamb,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, V (August 1984) Numbers 3 and 4

 

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