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Publikációs listám 5. rész

2008.11.11

   Publikációs listám 5. rész

·                    131. “A Kosztolányi-versek fordításáról” A magyar vers , Nemzetközi Magyar Filológiai Társaság: Budapest 1985 388-393 (in Hungarian)

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·                    132.”The King of Poets and the Poet: Kosztolányi’s Essays on Shakespeare,” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, VI (August 1985)  Numbers 3 and 4, 160–168

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·                    133. “Kosztolányi and Ady,” (with Stephen Brunauer) The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, Vol. VII. (August 1986), Numbers 3 and 4, 179–190

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·                    134. “The Road Not Taken: Fragmentation as a Device for Self-Concealment in The Razor’s Edge,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology (March 1987) Vol. VIII, Numbers 1 and 2, 24–33

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·                    135. “The Woman Writer in a Changing Society,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology Vol. IX (August 1988) Numbers 3 and 4, 270–277

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·                    136. “Alexander’s Bridge: Novel and Archetype,” The Journal of Evolutionary  Psychology Vol. X (August 1989) Numbers 3 and 4 295-299

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·                    137. “The Woman Writer as an Agent of Change” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology XI (March 1990), Numbers 1 and 2, 96–105 Japán verzió is van

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·                    138. “Ady’s Generation and the Shared Sorrow,” Proceedings of the XVIII Congress of FILLM, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, 1990. Csak kéziratban.

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·                    139. Three letters to the Editor of Mainichi Daily News, Fall 1990

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·                    140. “Life on Happy Hill,” Newsletter of Kyushu University Division of Undergraduate Education, Spring 1991

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·                    141. “Shamanism and the Art of Psychic Healing,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology XIII (March 1992), Numbers 1 and 2, 11–15

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·                    142.”Pearl S. Buck in Japan,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology XIII (August 1992) Numbers 3 and 4, 172-182

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·                    143. “Mitsitsuna’s Sister,” (poem and comment) The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology   XIV (March 1993) Numbers 1 and 2, 88-89

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·                    144.”Teaching Willa Cather in Japan,” Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial Newsletter XXXVII, Number 2 (Summer,1993) 17, 24-27 .

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·                    145. “ Thomas Immoos : Missa Mundi “   Kyrie eleison IThe Journal of Evolutionary Psychology XV, Numbers 1 and 2 ( March 1994) 9-10

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·                    146.” The Four Seasons of  Marian Forrester “ The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, XV Numbers 1 and 2 ( March 1994) 54-59

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·                    147.“Teaching Willa Cather in Japan “  The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, XV( August 1994) 224-230

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·                    148.”The Bitsy : A Fictional Approach to a Psychological Dilemma “ The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, XVI ( March 1995) 85-91

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·                    Not included in this listing: about 20 book reviews in Choice and elsewhere prior to 1977

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·                    149. “Fairy Lore in Hungarian Folk Tales,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, XVI (August 1995), Numbers 3–4, 181–183

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·                    150. “ To The Editor”  Watertown Daily Times  November 30. 1995

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·                    151. “Acting Alone”, by Tom Bradley, Brown Trout Publisher, San Francisco. Book Review. The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology, XVII (March 1996) Numbers 1 and 2, 147

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·                    152. “Images of Learned Women in Literature, East and West,” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology  XV (August 1996), Numbers 1 and 2, 270–276

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·                    153. Teaching in English on Three Continents, ABSTRACTS  Spirit of Global Understanding SGU 96 (August 14-18,1996) 11.

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·                    154. a-b-c. A letter to the Editor, published in three newspapers under different titles, during the week of September 21, 1996. Original title: “Morning Reverie.”

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·                    155. “A New Year’s Eve Miracle: A Cat Story.” North Country This Week, Vol. 13, No. 28. pp. 1 and 4 December 31 (1996) – Jan. 7, 1997. Pseudonym: Hedy Hunyady

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·                    156. The Metamorphoses of Ovid. A Study Guide. Piscataway: REA, 1996.

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·                    156/a Original MS of the above minus the typographical errors carelessly introduced by the publisher of the book.

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·                    157. “What Have We Sinned?” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology  XVIII (March 1997) Numbers 1 and 2, 41–42 (poem)

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·                    158. Letters to the Editor “Headlines Raise Questions About Priorities,” “Mercy for Bandit,”  Watertown Daily Times, March/April 1997

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·                    159-164. Six poetry translations from German and Hungarian into English in Divine Inspiration: The Life of Jesus in World Poetry. Robert Atwan et. al., eds. New York and Oxford, Oxford U. Press, 1998

·                    (kiegészítés) hat költemény fordítása magyarból és németből angolra.György Rónay: “Stones and Bread,” 91–94, és “The Destruction of Jerusalem,” 362–63. Csendes Béla: “Peter”, 562-565, István Sinka: “Jesus Leaves Nazareth Forever,” 102–103, Thomas Immoos,”Mary of Magdala in the Garden,” 537,  Kyrie Eleison I (Nagasaki 1961)” 170–171

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·                    166.”Thornton Wilder’s Hungarian Twin: Dezső Kosztolányi.” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology  XIX (March 1998) Numbers 1 és 2, 147–149

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·                    167. Thornton Wilder: New Essays. Eds. Martin Blank, Dalma Hunyadi Brunauer and David Izzo. West Cornwall: Locust Hill Press, 1999.

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·                    168. “So Much Learning, So Lightly Borne!” in: Thornton Wilder: New Essays. 269-282

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·                    169.”Lookit What I’ve Done With It! Thornton Wilder’s Literary Alchemy.” The Journal of Evolutionary Psychology  XX (August 1999) Numbers 3 and 4 133-137

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·                    170. “Az én jó anyám” Új Ember, May 2000. Translation of a poem by Thomas Immoos (In Hungarian)

 

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