A Companion to Hungarian Studies

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László Kósa
Akadémiai Kiadó, 1999 - Social Science - 509 pages
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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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