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Hungarian Studies ReviewVol. 15. No 2. (Fall 1988)



Book Reviews

In this issue Marlene Kádár describes the process through which Canadian poet Earle Birney "translated" poems of Attila József with the help of Ilona Duczynska Polányi, József Vekerdi discusses the Gypsy problem and the implications of Gypsy separatism in Hungary, and Péter Sárközy outlines the history of Hungarian studies in Italy. The book review section contains appreciations of works on Hungarian Canadians, Hungarian Americans, and the Hungarian minorities of East Central Europe. The issue also contains an Index to the papers published in the Hungarian Studies Review during 1974-1988.

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