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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 III. In Search of a National Ontology

László Németh: In minority

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Title: Kisebbségben (In minority)

Originally published: Kisebbségben (Kecskemét: Magyar Élet, 1939)

Language: Hungarian

The excerpts used are from László Németh, A minőség forradalma—Kisebbségben, I–II. (Budapest: Püski, 1992), vol. 2., pp. 871–78.

About the author

László Németh [1901, Nagybánya (Rom. Baia Mare, present-day Romania)–1975, Budapest]: novelist, dramatist, essayist. He came from a middle-class family. As a secondary school pupil, he became involved in politics during the 1919 Hungarian Soviet Republic, after the fall of which he was harassed by the authorities. In the autumn of 1919, he studied Hungarian literature at the University of Budapest for a semester, then entered medical school, where he obtained a degree in 1925. He practiced dentistry for a time and then became a school physician, which he remained until 1942. He was an emblematic figure of the “new generation” of the 1930s, fusing cultural elitism with political populism. In 1932, he founded Tanú (Witness), a p...

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