A Companion to Hungarian Studies
Akadémiai Kiadó, 1999 - Social Science - 509 pages
This book gives a comprehensive presentation of Hungarian studies, and offers an introduction to those who want to become more acquainted with the subject. It deals with the origin, history and characteristics of the Hungarian people, and exclusively describes the hungarian literature, art and music. Moreover, it covers the Hungarian ethnography and folklore in rich detail. As a profound and extensive work, A COMPANION TO HUNGARIAN STUDIES can equally engage the interest of scholars, graduate students and the general public.
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Periods in the History of the Hungarian Language
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18th century agricultural Arany army ballad Baroque became Bela Bethlen bourgeois Buda Budapest Carpathian Basin Catholic changes church common court Debrecen decades dialects early Edited epic estates Esztergom ethnic Europe European evolved example Ferenc feudal Finno-Ugric Gabor Bethlen garian genre gentry German Gyorgy Gyula Habsburg Hungarian language Hungarian literature Hungarian period Hungary influence intellectual Istvan Italian Janos Jozsef king Kolozsvar kuruc Lajos Laszlo later Latin legend liberal linguistic literary living loan words lyrical magyar majority Matthias medieval ment Mihaly Miklos nobility Nyugat Old Hungarian origin painting party peasant percent poems poet poetry political popular population Pozsony prose Protestant published Rakoczi reform regions religious Renaissance role Romanian Romanticism royal Royal Hungary Saint Saint Ladislas serfs significant Slovakia social songs Sopron style suffixes Szekely territory texts tion tradition Transdanubia translated Transylvania Turkish Turks verb Vienna writing written Zrinyi