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Acél, Zsuzsanna
Ádám, Anikó
Adorjáni, Zsolt
Ágoston, Piroska
Alario, Leonardo R.
Alba Reina, Maria José
Almási, Zsolt
Alves, Ida Ferreira
Alves, Maria Theresa Abelha
Andersson, Daniel Christopher
Angelini, Maria Teresa
Antal, Beatrix
Babics, Zsófia
Báder, Petra
Balázs, Zsuzsanna
Barbieri, Edoardo
Bárkányi, Zsuzsanna
Bársony, Zsófia
Barta, László
Bartha-Kovács, Katalin
Bartoss, Réka
Basco, Louis
Bauernhuber, Enikő
Bencze, Ágnes
Benda, Mihály
Bene, Krisztián
Beránková, Eva
Bermúdez Medina, Lola
Bernardi, Ulderico
Berta, Tibor
Berzeviczy, Klára
Bisetto, Antonietta
Blackwell, Constance
Blum, Paul Richard
Bobay, Orsolya
Bocz, Zsuzsanna
Boda, László
Bodor, Mária Anna
Bolberitz, Pál
Bolpagni, Marcello
Bors, Edit
Botos, Máté
Boyon, Jérôme
Brambilla, Simona
Brix, Michel
Budetta, Enrica
Bylaardt, Cid Ottoni
Campos Carrasco, Nuria
Cannavacciuolo, Margherita
Cappelli, Guido M.
Carpentieri, Chiara Maria
Carriero, Leonardo
Cepraga, Dan Octavian
Cerda Montes de Oca, Susana
Charmet, Anne
Chodaková, Polina
Chovancová, Katarína
Cioba, Mianda
Claudon, Francis
Colombo, Michele
Consales, Ilde
Cselényi, István Gábor
Cselik, Ágnes
Cser, András
Csocsán de Várallja, Eugène
Csuday, Csaba
Csűry, István
Cuasante Fernández, Elena
Curlo, Vittoria
Cusimano, Christophe
Czerkawski, Jan
Czigány, Ildikó
Czöndör, Klára
D'Angelo, Biagio
Dagron, Tristan
Dardano, Maurizio
Darida, Veronika
De Vettor, Luisa
Deen Schildgen, Brenda
Del Lungo, Andrea
Demetracopoulos, John A.
Désfalvi-Tóth, András
Devís Márquez, P. Pablo
Dézsi, Melinda
Dobák-Szalai, Zsuzsanna
Dombi, Anikó
Domokos, György
Dondoli, Luciano
Draskóczy, Eszter
Drégeli, Krisztina
Duarte, Lélia Parreira
Dudley, John
Durnová, Anna
Ebbersmeyer, Sabrina
Edelheit, Amos
Egerland, Verner
Erb, Frederick III
Erb, Heather M.
Erős, Katalin Renáta
Ertl, Péter
Fábián, Zsuzsanna
Facca, Danilo
Fejérdy, Gergely
Finazzi-Agrò, Ettore
Fodor, Andrea
Foucault, Yann
Fouilleul, Thierry
Francisco, Denis Leandro
Frasso, Giuseppe
Fréchet, Claudine
Frenguelli, Gianluca
Fričová, Eva
Fritsch, Matthias J.
Fulka, Josef
Funk-Deckard, Michael
Füzesi, Piroska
Gajos, Mieczysław
Gángó, Gábor
Garrett, Jeffrey
Gatti, Giuseppe
Gazdik, Anna
Gazzotti, Marisa
Gecse, Mária Veronika
Gerfaud, Jean-Pierre
Gheno, Vera
Giolitto, Marco
Giuliani, Pierre
Giusti, Giuliana
Gleize, Joëlle
Gorilovics, Tivadar
Gotia, Andrei
Grall, Catherine
Guimarães, Elisa
Gulyás, Adrienn
Gutbrod, Gizella
Gyimesi, Timea
Hajnóczi, Eszter
Hajnóczi, Gábor
Hajnóczi, Kristóf
Hámori Nagy, Zsuzsanna
Hardi, Ferenc
Harmath, Erzsébet
Házas, Nikoletta
Hegyi, Ágota
Hende, Fanni
Hoffmann, Béla
Holló, Zsuzsanna
Hoppál, Bulcsú Kál
Horányi, Lilla
Horváth Faller, Eija
Horváth, Alexandra
Horváth, Kornélia
Horváth, Márton Gergely
Horváth, Miléna
Huszthy, Alma
Huszthy, Bálint
Ila-Horváth, Zsófia
Imrei, Andrea
Janeczek, Stanisław
Joubert, Jean-Marc
Junqueira, Maria Aparecida
Kaliska, Agnieszka
Kalla, Stéphane
Kaló, Krisztina
Kanász, Viktor
Kanozsay, Katalin
Kaposi, Márton
Kardos, Orsolya
Keglovich, Rita
Kelemen, János
Kéri, Henriett
Kharissov, Ildar
Király, Erzsébet
Kirsch, Fritz Peter
Kiss, Kornélia
Klimová, Katarína
Knasas, John F. X.
Koest, Bernard
Koós, Eszter
Kormos, József
Körömi, Gabriella
Kotowska, Katarzyna
Koudriavtsev, Alexandre
Kováč-Petrovský, Dušan
Kovács, Marietta
Kozelská, Irena
Kpalap, Linus
Kricka, Anna
Kuffart, Hajnalka
Kun, Csilla
Kupčihová, Katarína
Kyloušek, Petr
La Rosa, Emanuele
Laky, Krisztina
Lalla, Sebastian
Lario-de-Oñate, M. Carmen
Larson, Pär
László, Tímea
Lautner, Péter
Lécrivain, Claudine
Lehrberger, James, O. Cist.
Lemba, Robert
Lobato, Abelardo
Loiacono, Rocco
Loreti, M. Alessio
Lőrinszky, Ildikó
Loureda Lamas, Óscar
Ludmann, Ágnes
Lukácsi, Margit
Lukovszki, Judit
Lupinu, Giovanni
Maár, Judit
Majorossy, Imre Gábor
Malinovská, Zuzana
Marádi, Krisztina
Marosvári, Mária
Marsó, Paula
Martin, Evelyne
Martínez-Radío Garrido, Evaristo C.
Martonyi, Éva
Matucci, Andrea
Matula, Jozef
Mátyus, Norbert
Maziarczyk, Anna
Mazzoleni, Marco
Medveczká, Mária
Menaker, Angelika
Menczel, Gabriella
Méndez Robles, Pedro Salvador
Mezei, Balázs M.
Miklós, Barbara
Miklós, Eszter Gerda
Miskolczi, István
Montagnon, Beatrix
Montes Nogales, Vicente E.
Mora, Luisa
Morani, Moreno
Mourão, Cleonice Paes Barreto
Müller, Sigrid
Mundevová, Lenka
Mussó, Zsófia
Nagy-Zekmi, Silvia
Najbar, Anna
Náray-Szabó, Márton
Nejeschleba, Tomaš
Neme, Rauf
Nemrava, Daniel
Nuzzo, Armando
Olay, Csaba
Őrsi, Tibor
Paál, Zsuzsanna
Pajorin, Klára
Pálková, Jana
Pallai, Károly Sándor
Paolini, Michele
Papp, Eszter
Pardo Jiménez, Pedro
Parry, Mair
Pastor, Pablo Tornero
Pataki, Elvira
Payet, Marie
Penello, Nicoletta
Petkova, Ingrid
Petrovszki Lajszki, Brigitta
Pleciński, Jacek
Podhorná-Polická, Alena
Pokorný, Martin
Por, Peter
Portalés Mananós, David
Prohászka, Erzsébet
Prokopp, Mária
Puskás, István
Pusztai, Gabriella
Quinn, Patrick
Radvánszky, Anikó
Rees, Valery
Renzi, Lorenzo
Révész, Enkratisz
Rey Mimoso-Ruiz, Bernadette
Riedenauer, Markus
Righi, Federico
Robiglio, Andrea A.
Rodríguez Mansilla, Fernando
Rokay, Zoltán
Rollin, Pascal
Romito, M. Bruna
Rónaky, Eszter
Rosenthal, Alexander S.
Rowland, Clara
Rózsavári, Nóra
Ruiz, María Jesús
Russell, Paul A.
Ruszel, Joanna
Sadkowska-Fidala, Agata
Sághy, Marianne
Salvi, Giampaolo
Samarini, Francesco
Sárdi, Krisztina
Saxlová, Tereza
Scheib, Andreas
Schneller, Dóra
Schoentjes, Pierre
Schuerewegen, Franc
Sciacovelli, Antonio Donato
Senardi, Fulvio
Seres, Krisztina
Seth, Catriona
Siest, Amélie Celinda
Šimková, Soňa
Sità, Michele
Skibińska, Elżbieta
Skřivánek, Hanna
Sliwa, Dorota
Solymosi, Milán
Sotkóné Grosz, Anikó
Šotolová, Jovanka
Soulages, François
Špička, Jiří
Squillacioti, Paolo
Stachová, Klára
Stančienė, Dalia Marija
Stanilewicz, Grażyna
Staszewska-Zatońska, Anna
Ştefănescu, Ariadna
Stojkovski, Boris
Stráner, Zsófia
Svoboda, David
Szabados, Edina
Szabó-Gilinger, Eszter
Szabó, Anita Noémi
Szabó, Ferenc S.J.
Szabó, Tibor
Szávai, Dorottya
Szijj, Ildikó
Szilágyi, Imre
Szőnyi, Gergely
Szőnyi, Tamás
Szörényi, László
Szovák, Márton
Szuhaj, Katalin
Takács, László
Tarabochia Canavero, Alessandra
Tassoni, Luigi
Tat, Alin
Tedesco, Alessandro
Teschke, Henning
Timenova-Valtcheva, Zlatka
Tombi, Beáta
Török, Tamara
Torre Giménez, Estrella de la
Toso, Fiorenzo
Tóth, Ágnes
Tóth, Andrea
Tóth, Gábor Mihály
Tóth, Gabriella
Tourrel, Jean-Paul
Trouvé, Alain
Turai, Laura
Vacovská, Marta
Vajk, Zsuzsanna
Valentová, Eva
Valenzuela, Luisa
Vanelli, Laura
Váradi, Márta
Vasoli, Cesare
Vasvári, Louise O.
Vázquez-Amador, María
Vecchi, Roberto
Viana, Joaquim
Volek, Peter
Vykypělová, Klára
Vyšniauskas, Gintautas
W. Somogyi, Judit
Walicka-Popis, Anna
Wildburg, Gabriella
Zabojnikova, Hviezdoslava
Zentai Horváth, Krisztina
Zoppello, Mariateresa
Zsák, Helga

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  • Szerző Tóth, Ágnes
    Füzet Vol. XIV/2013/1-2
    Kategória Le français dans le miroir des langues
    DOI 10.1556/Verb.14.2013.1–2.20
    Oldal pp. 273-282
    Kulcsszavak Maurice Carême; Bruges; relationship of text and image; photographic image in poetry
    Absztrakt Bruges by Maurice Carême is a work in collaboration with the Italian photographer, Fulvio Roiter, and contains 60 poems by Carême and 65 photos by Roiter. Since its first publication in 1963, the book has seen three editions. It aims to be a photoraphic image of the city of Bruges, it provides a visible and readable reflection of it — it can be “seen” and “read” at the same time. In this paper, I intend to show the iconicity of writing, the photographic image in poetry, the relationship of text and image, and the rhythms in the relationship between text and photos. The photoes can be watched and read, and thus the books brings our eyes to the images from the writing and to the writing from the images, from the great plane to details and vice versa. It helps to integrate into a whole the proximity, the intimacy, the interiority and the distance.
  • Szerző Tóth, Ágnes
    Füzet Vol. XIII/2012/2
    Kategória Iuvenilia
    DOI 10.1556/Verb.13.2012.2.21
    Oldal pp. 539-552
    Kulcsszavak Maurice Carême, space experience, in-out dialectics, up-down dialectics
    Absztrakt Geometrical spaces are saturated with experiences and emotions, their metaphorical meanings are supported by individual and collective experiences. The spaces created and wandered by the poet's imagination are places of our spiritual space experience. In the poems of Maurice Carême, a 20th century Belgian poet, we can walk along such objective-spiritual spaces. These emblematic fields are not only sceneries but also places of poetical self-search: poetic life, childhood, losing and finding, which can be interpreted from a space–poetic-self relationship. In the present paper, I have classified and interpreted the spatial emblems appearing in Carême's poetic works along horizontal and vertical lines. These spaces—space emblems—embody ambitions, desire, different ways of behaviour, namely representations of relations. At horizontal level, this relationship is represented by an in-out dialectics: house, castle, nest, garden (inwardness), walls (protects but separates), window, threshold, door, bridge, path are toposes which provide spatial transition. The spatial emblems supporting the vertical motion, the up-down dialectics: ladder, stairs, tower, well. These spatial toposes create a transition between the three levels of the world: Underworld, Earth, Heaven. Their presence in the poetic imagery indicates the primeval desire of people for transcendent experience.
  • Szerző Tóth, Ágnes
    Füzet Vol. VIII/2006/2
    Kategória Iuvenilia
    DOI 10.1556/Verb.8.2006.2.14
    Oldal pp. 447-452
    Kulcsszavak masculine narration, first person narration, rhetorics, indirect and direct discourse, failure of self-expression
    Absztrakt The first-person narrator of Prévost abbé's Histoire d'une Grecque moderne tells the story of his relationship with a beautiful Greek woman. The relation starts with a dialogue realized in a seraglio and this type of reported communication will dominate the whole narration. Most of these dialogues take place as part of a persuasion process: the actors try to persuade each other, and on his turn, the narrator tries to persuade the reader. The letter - the written communication par excellence - substitutes the dialogue between the actors only once, at a crucial moment of the story. This situation emphasizes one of the central problems raised by the novel: the failure of self-expression and mutual understanding.
2012 PPKE BTK Romanisztikai Intézet© Horváth Márton