Adolf Meschendörfer - Leonóra - Egy Erdélybe vetődött idegen regénye

Adolf Meschendörfer - Leonóra - Egy Erdélybe vetődött idegen regénye

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Adolf Meschendörfer - Leonóra - Egy Erdélybe vetődött idegen regénye
This city is worth studying anyway. There are three peoples living within their walls who would want to devour each other. One has power, the other strength, the third traditions. This third is made up...

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Book subcategory Novels
Author Adolf Meschendörfer
Publisher Pont Kiadó
Year of publication 2019

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This city is worth studying anyway. There are three peoples living within their walls who would want to devour each other. One has power, the other strength, the third traditions. This third is made up of the Saxons of Transylvania, an endangered people, as interesting as anything that once was, and then destroyed. "
Adolf Meschendörfer wrote these lines about Brasov in a novel published in a Brasov newspaper in 1908 (LEONÓRA, A Foreign Novel Sold to Transylvania). The Hungarian translation of the work, which later appeared in book form, is in the hands of the Reader. The author’s claim to the three peoples has since been colored by history. Today's essentially "without community"
the works of the remaining twentieth-century German literature in Transylvania are worth reading; to follow, to see (a
Speaking with the author of Leonóra: to study) how the Germans in Transylvania faced their situation - in Romania, as a minority, how did they experience their common destiny with the Hungarians in Transylvania?
Adolf Meschendörfer (Brasov, 1877 - Brasov, 1962) is increasingly becoming an emblematic figure of Transylvania and Germanism, not only because he is the poet of the hymnic Siebenbürgische Elegie (Transylvanian Elegy), but also because he felt more and more important over time. mature!) author of novels. The world tramp is Dr. Svend and the one who desires emancipation
a novel analyzing the story of a young girl, Leonora, in a hitherto unusual way in Saxon literature in Transylvania
critically - to his people.
Translated from German by István Veres.
The cover was made using a drawing by Paulheim A.
Edited and the afterword was written by: Géza Szávai

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