Best 🇭🇺Hungary Literature


4chan. Recommended Reading/Literature by origin


Hungary is a unitary parliamentary republic in Central Europe. It covers an area of, situated in the Carpathian Basin, and is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Romania to the east, Serbia to the south, Croatia to the southwest, Slovenia to the west, Austria to the northwest, and Ukraine to the northeast

Essential works

  1. The Tragedy of Man (1861) by Imre Madach
  2. Be Faithful Unto Death (1920) by Zsigmond Moricz
  3. Anna Edes (1926) by Dezso Kosztolanyi
  4. Journey by Moonlight (1937) by Antal Szerb
  5. The Melancholy of Resistance (1989) by Laszlo Krasznahorkai

Further recommendations

Panorama — Budapest- The Parliament

Classic

  1. Eclipse of the Crescent Moon (1899) by Geza Gardonyi
  2. A láthatatlan ember (1901) by Geza Gardonyi
  3. A kőszivű ember fiai (1869) by Mór Jókai
  4. The Dark Diamonds (1872) by Mór Jókai
  5. János vitéz (1845) by Sándor Petőfi
  6. Szent Péter esernyője (1895) by Kálmán Mikszáth
  7. Bánk Bán (1819) by József Katona

Modern



Budapest — Art
  1. Adventures of Sindbad (1911) by Gyula Krudy
  2. Tóték (1967) by István Örkény
  3. Egyperces novellák (1969) by István Örkény
  4. The Paul Street Boys (1907) by Ferenc Molnár
  5. Harmonia Caelestis (1994) by Peter Esterhazy
  6. The Door (1987) by Magda Szabo
  7. A Journey Round My Skull (1939) by Frigyes Karinthy
  8. Metropole (1970) by Ferenc Karinthy
  9. The End of a Family Story (1977) by Peter Nadas
  10. The Transylvania Trilogy (1940) by Miklos Banffy
  11. Egy elmebeteg nő naplója (1978) by Geza Csath
  12. Opium and Other Stories (1980) by Geza Csath
  13. Embers (1942) by Sándor Márai
  14. Képzelt riport egy amerikai popfesztiválról (1971) by Tibor Dery
  15. The Case Worker (1969) by György Konrád
  16. Tranquility (2001) by Attila Bartis
  17. Colours and Years (1912) by Magrit Kaffka
  18. In Praise of Older Women (1966) by Stephen Vizinczey
  19. Darkness at Noon (1940) by Arthur Koestler
  20. A halál kilovagolt Perzsiából (1979) by Péter Hajnóczy
  21. A bogyósgyümölcskertész fia (2010) by János Háy

Source: http://4chanlit.wikia.com


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