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1 usado. and Gellért (front), bottom picture depicts Antal Szerb, and on the Journey by Moonlight, along with the French translation of Kosztolányi's Esti Kornél as Le. Find all available study guides and summaries for Journey by Moonlight by Antal Szerb. If there is a SparkNotes, Shmoop, or Cliff Notes guide, we will have it 19 books. Journey by Moonlight (NYRB Classics) Antal Szerb.
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2017-08-11 · Most of my Grand Tour books I’ve been finding off my own bat, but Antal Szerb’s 1937 novel Journey by Moonlight (Utas és holdvilág) was a recommendation from a friend. When I spotted it was in the library (the only Hungarian novel in translation we have, apart from Imre Kertész’s brilliant but harrowing Fatelessness , which I read last year), I was convinced it was meant to be. We talked about everything including those special authors that mean so much and Antal Szerb was one that I had not heard of before. He urged me to read Journey by Moonlight and sent me a wonderful review from The Guardian by Nicholas Lezard (28 July 2001) and it inspired me to read it.
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At the age of 39, Szerb wrote an authoritative History of World Literature. He wrote his first novel, The Pendragon Legend, in 1934, followed by Journey by Moonlight in 1937 and The Queen's Necklace in 1943. These, and a collection of his short stories, Love in a Bottle, are also published in English by Pushkin Press. In addition to his critical writings, Szerb produced many works of translation, and published newspaper articles, essays, reviews, short stories, and novels, of which The Pendragon Legend (1934), Love in a Bottle (1935), The Third Tower (written in 1936), Journey by Moonlight (1937), Oliver VII (1937), and The Queen’s Necklace (1943) have Journey by Moonlight is a burning book, a major book.” —George Szirtes “A stealthy masterpiece…both comic and beautiful.” —The Telegraph “Wonderfully wry…We owe thanks to Len Rix, Szerb’s accomplished translator, for his part in raising from the dead a writer of such cool irony and historical sympathy.” —New Statesman Journey by Moonlight (Hungarian: Utas és holdvilág, literally "Traveler and Moonlight") is among the best-known novels in contemporary Hungarian literature.
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When I spotted it was in the library (the only Hungarian novel in translation we have, apart from Imre Kertész’s brilliant but harrowing Fatelessness , which I read last year), I was convinced it was meant to be.
A major classic of 1930s literature, Antal Szerb's Journey by Moonlight is the fantastically moving and darkly funny story of a bourgeois businessman torn between duty and desire.
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Mihály has dreamt of Italy all his life. When he finally travels there, on his honeymoon with Erszi, he soon Kali Ágnes és Botond Nagy szövegadaptációja Szerb Antal regénye nyomán Adaptare scenică de Botond Nagy și Ágnes Kali după romanul Călător sub clar de lună de Antal Szerb Adaptation based on Antal Szerb's novel Journey by Moonlight, by Botond Nagy and Ágnes Kali Journey by Moonlight book.
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Archived from the original on February 28, 2004; a photo of the author at lyrikwelt.de; REVIEW : The Third Tower by Antal Szerb Pris: 137 kr. häftad, 2013. Skickas inom 6-8 vardagar.
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Written by Antal Szerb, it was first published in 1937. Journey by Moonlight is a burning book, a major book.” —George Szirtes “A stealthy masterpiece…both comic and beautiful.” —The Telegraph “Wonderfully wry…We owe thanks to Len Rix, Szerb’s accomplished translator, for his part in raising from the dead a writer of such cool irony and historical sympathy.” —New Statesman 2021-04-16 · Antal Szerb performs a similar journey of descent in Journey by Moonlight (Utas és holdvilág), written in 1937, in the midst of another war. In this case, however, the land of the dead is not the wasteland of Europe’s ruined culture but the hinterland of one’s own memory, of one’s own lost youth and the tragedies that characterized it.