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Hungarian Studies ReviewVol. 14. No 1. (Spring 1987)


In this issue Oliver Botár traces the evolution of the fortress and city of Buda during the time of the Turkish occupation of Hungary, Thomas Szendrey writes on attitudes in Hungary to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, Robert Blumstock examines Arthur Koestler's Hungarian literary connections, and Lászlá K. Gefin analyzes two Hungarian poets' responses to Allan Ginsberg's poem "Howl."

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