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Szathmári Sándor (Hungarian: ; 19 June 1897 – 16 July 1974) was a Hungarian writer, mechanical engineer, Esperantist, and one of the leading figures in Esperanto literature. Szathmári was born in Gyula. His father – also called Sándor – studied law, later became a state official, and, besides his work, wrote lawbooks, in his leisure played the violin and painted. His father, the first intellectual in the family, and his ancestors spelled the family name with a y (Szathmáry).
The novel Hiába ("In Vain") could be proven to be in the same style as that of the winner, but the presentation of the (anti-communist) novel in 1958 would have put him in danger of prison. Tamkó read Szathmári's trilogy only in 1936, when he returned from Paris.
Kazohinia is a novel written in Hungarian and in Esperanto by Sándor Szathmári (1897 – 1974).
Hungarian writer, mechanical engineer, Esperantist, and one of the leading figures in Esperanto literature.
Sándor Szathmári's comical novel chronicles the travels of a modern Gulliver on the eve of World War II. A shipwrecked English ship's A page-turning dystopian classic that stands alongside Brave New World and Gulliver's Travels. Voyage to Kazohinia is a tour de force of twentieth-century literature-and it is here published in English for the first time outside of Hungary
Sándor Szathmári's novel chronicles the travels of a modern Gulliver on the eve of World War II. A shipwrecked English ship's surgeon finds himself on an unknown island whose inhabitants. Written in 1935, Voyage to Kazohinia is a strikingly postmodern and open-ended dystopia that rightfully belongs among the twentieth-century classics of the genre. Carter Hanson, Associate Professor of English, Valparaiso University. dystopian cult classic. Gulliver washes up on the island of Kazohinia, which is populated by bizarre inhabitants.
Books related to Voyage to Kazohinia. The Time Machine (Mobi Classics).
Voyage to Kazohinia is labored and repetitive, burdened with an excess of detail. You can't help feeling that it must have been enjoyable to write, because the author takes evident pleasure in his elaboration of his imaginary societies. A variation on Gulliver's Travels, transposed to the mid-twentieth century, the book is also of note as a leading Esperanto text - there is even some debate as to whether or not Szathmári originally wrote the novel in Esperanto, though it seems most likely that it was written in Hungarian and only translated into Esperanto).
Sándor Szathmári (1897–1974). Author of Voyage to Kazohinia. Includes the names: Sandor Szathmari, Sándor Szathmári. Sándor Szathmári is currently considered a "single author. If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author. Sándor Szathmári is composed of 3 names. You can examine and separate out names.
|Első Rész: Gulliver A Hinek Közt|
|Második Rész: Gulliver A Behinek Között|
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- Barcode (Text): 9 783941 053007
- Barcode (Scanned, EAN 13): 9783941053007
- Matrix / Runout: 00095 52106 741 01 ✼ 52106758
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