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La Hongrie, un radeau à la dérive entre l'Est et l'Ouest.

Abstract : Hungary, as the poet Endre Ady (1877-1919) wrote it, is a "ferry-land" that shuttles between East and West. The contemporary writer Peter Esterházy (born in 1950) gets us on the "ferry-land”: his novel L'oeillade de la comtesse Hahn-Hahn - en descendant le Danube (1991) is paradigmatic to illustrate the East-West tensions characterizing the Hungarian literature. It is a narrative prism that, exploring both the Mittel-European tradition and the linguistic and cultural heritage of the Hungarian space, analyzes and elaborates once again, self-analytically, the identity conflicts of Hungary, its literary world, its breaks.
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Igor Fiatti. La Hongrie, un radeau à la dérive entre l'Est et l'Ouest.. Encyclo. Revue de l'école doctorale ED 382, Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2014, pp.99-110. ⟨hal-01158307⟩



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