Articles of the selected author in Verbum:

  • Recensiones
    Authors Bajáki, Rita
    Domokos, György
    Ertl, Péter
    Ila-Horváth, Zsófia
    Kriston, Dorottya Anna
    Molnár, Annamária
    Nicoud, Marilyn
    Varga, Ákos
    Issue Vol. XVIII/2017/1-2
    Category Recensiones
    Pages pp. 245-279
    Reviews Fictions narratives du XXIe siècle, Approches rhétoriques, stylistiques et sémiotiques (études réunies et présentées par Cécile Narjoux et Claire Stolz). La Licorne 112, 2014, PU Rennes, 2015. (Zsófia Ila-Horváth)

    Simona Brambilla & Jérôme Hayez (a cura di): Il tesoro di un povero. Il Memoriale di Francesco Bentaccordi, fiorentino in Provenza (1400 ca). Roma: Viella, 2016, 532 pp. (Marilyn Nicoud)

    Péter Sárközy: Andata e ritorno. Budapest: Nap Kiadó, 2015, 315 pp. (Ákos Varga)

    Gianni Oliva: Gli ultimi giorni della monarchia, Giugno 1946: Quando l’Italia si scoprì repubblicana. Milano: Mondadori, 2016, 216 pp. (Dorottya Anna Kriston)

    Luca Carlo Rossi: Studi su Benvenuto da Imola (Traditio et renovatio 9). Firenze: SISMEL – Edizioni del Galluzzo, 2016. VII + 337 pp., 7 tavv. (Péter Ertl)

    Michele Colombo: Passione Trivulziana. Armonia evangelica volgarizzata in milanese antico. Edizione critica e commentata, analisi linguistica e glossario (Beihefte zur Zeitschrift für romanische Philologie 406). Berlin & Boston: Walter de Gruyter, 2016, 292 pp. (György Domokos)

    Lymbus 2016. Magyarságtudományi forrásközlemények [Lymbus 2016. Fonti di ungarologia]. Budapest: Balassi Intézet & MTA Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont, 2016, 448 pp. (Annamária Molnár)

    Péter Kasza, Farkas Gábor Kiss & Dávid Molnár (a cura di): Scientiarum miscellanea: Latin nyelvű tudományos irodalom Magyarországon a 15–18. században [Letteratura scientifica di lingua latina in Ungheria nei secoli XV–XVIII] (Convivia Neolatina Hungarica 2). Szeged: Lazi Könyvkiadó, 2017, 249 pp. (Rita Bajáki)
  • La plénitude du vide et le vide de la plénitude
    Author Ila-Horváth, Zsófia
    Issue Vol. XV/2014/1-2
    Category Artes
    Pages pp. 57-67
    Abstract George Perec's work and the oeuvre of Marguerite Duras are two closely related to topographies, which seem to be permeated by “vacuity”, both on the thematic and the formal level. Does the representation of space, the mise-en-scène of the decor have to be interpreted as part of what we could call the “writing of absence”, typical of the two writers? Or just the opposite, does the spatial dimension allow another interpretation of Perec's and Duras' work, respectively? In the present paper, we attempt to answer these questions by analysing the different methods used by the two writers to represent space.