G. A. úr X.-ben

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  • Title: G. A. úr X.-ben
  • Author: Tibor Déry
  • ISBN: 9631422267
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Tibor Déry

      Tibor D ry was a Hungarian writer, born in Budapest in 1894 In his early years he was a supporter of communism, but after being excluded from the ranks of the Hungarian Communist Party in 1953 he started writing satire on the communist regime in Hungary.Georg Luk cs praised Dery as being the greatest depicter of human beings of our time.In 1918, D ry became an active party member in the liberal republic under Mih ly K rolyi Less than a year later however, B la Kun and his Communist Party rose to power, proclaiming the Hungarian Soviet Republic and exiling D ry He only returned to Hungary in 1934, having lived in Austria, France and Germany in the meantime Nevertheless, during the right wing Horthy regime he was imprisoned several times, once because he translated Andr Gide s Retour de L U.R.S.S In this period, he wrote his greatest novel, The Unfinished Sentence, a 1200 page epic story about the life of the young aristocrat Lorinc Parcen Nagy who gets into contact with the working classes in Budapest during a period of strike.In 1953, D ry was expelled from the Communist Party during a cleansing of Hungarian literature In 1956 he was a spokesman during the uprising, alongside Georg Luk cs and Gyula H y In the same year, he wrote Niki The Story of a Dog, a fable about the arbitrary restrictions on human life in Stalinist Hungary Because of his part in the uprising, he was sentenced to prison for 9 years, but released in 1960 He died in 1977.He translated Rudyard Kipling s Naulahka and The Lord of the Flies by William Goldinginto Hungarian.

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    1. Dopo aver passato un po' di tempo nelle prigioni ungheresi, colpa il suo sostegno all'insurrezione del '56, Tibor Déry mostra la sua riconversione scrivendo questo lungo romanzo distopico; una volta tanto una distopia capitalistica e non la solita distopia totalitaria.Peccato il risultato sia faticoso, noiosissimo e assai fumoso.

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