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Anti-modernism

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Diana Mishkova
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Marius Turda
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Balazs Trencsenyi

Chapter I. Integral Nationalism

Dezső Szabó: Tomorrow’s nationalism

Traduction de Dávid Oláh

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Title: A holnap nacionalizmusa (Tomorrow’s nationalism).

Originally published: Az egész látóhatár (The entire horizon), vol. I. (Budapest: Magyar Élet, 1939), 19–81.

Language: Hungarian

The excerpts used are from the original edition, pp. 75–81.

About the author

Dezső Szabó [1879, Kolozsvár (Rom. Cluj-Napoca, present-day Romania)–1945, Budapest]: writer. He was the descendant of a family of lower gentry and small functionaries. During his university years, he specialized in linguistics and French culture. His French tutor at Eötvös College in Budapest introduced him to the ideas of Charles Maurras. After obtaining a diploma, Szabó occupied various teaching positions in the countryside. From 1910 onwards, he contributed regularly to modernist journals, like Nyugat [West] and Huszadik Század [Twentieth century], first as a critic and later as an author of belles lettres. He moved to Budapest during the Revolution of 1918. At first, he welcomed the revolutionary government, but soon turned ...

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