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Do you know polish books in Hungary ?
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Posted: 2011-10-03, 17:11   Do you know polish books in Hungary ?  

If yes, what ? :)
For me it is very interesting. In Poland for example, popular is Molnar - A Pál utcai fiúk / Chłopcy z Placu Broni.
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-03, 21:20     

Really? This is interesting. :) Unfortunately, I don't know any polish books that released in Hungary. :(
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Posted: 2011-10-04, 09:49     

Yes, kids is school reading this book.

So in hungarian lesson, which authors, poets you reading ? (except hungarian) English, french, german ?
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-04, 10:13     

Mariusz Jarz±bek wrote:
Yes, kids is school reading this book.

So in hungarian lesson, which authors, poets you reading ? (except hungarian) English, french, german ?


I don't know, the kids only reading Hungarian history books (just like the Pál utcai fiúk, Egri csillagok, A kőszívű ember fiai, etc). But today it's depends on the teacher. For example, in my village's elementary school the teacher give the students not the Kőszívű ember fiai (which is about the revolution 1848), she give the kids the Harry Potter to read. :S
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Posted: 2011-10-04, 11:09     

Harry Potter... nice...

But foreigners autors no ? Shakespeare ? Dostoyevsky ? Goethe ?

In Poland in school we have 1 polish authors and 1 foreigner from one epoch.
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-04, 19:09     

Mariusz Jarz±bek wrote:
Harry Potter... nice...

But foreigners autors no ? Shakespeare ? Dostoyevsky ? Goethe ?

In Poland in school we have 1 polish authors and 1 foreigner from one epoch.


No, becouse in the elementary the most important thing is to know your histroy. But in this liberal world, you know, Harry Potter...
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Posted: 2011-10-04, 20:12     

Ah yes, in elementary, and in next school ? Gimnasium, high school ? You have other literature ?
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-04, 23:30     

Mariusz Jarz±bek wrote:
Ah yes, in elementary, and in next school ? Gimnasium, high school ? You have other literature ?


In the Secondary schools are not required to read 500 pages books. Just only the little novels, like Antigone, etc.

In the elementary, You need to read the 500 pages Hungarian historical books. ;)
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Posted: 2011-10-05, 09:23     

:o
In Hungary you don't read foreigners literature ??? :o
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-05, 11:20     

Mariusz Jarz±bek wrote:
:o
In Hungary you don't read foreigners literature ??? :o


Of course, we read the Antigone, but, for foreigner literature, why? :)

The truth is, we don't care. And the teachers also. The kids reads the hungarian history books with not so much spirit. I think they morely not motivated to read another countries books. And the teachers know this, and whose teachers (who not liberals of course) never choose Harry Potter... Normal teachers never choose Shakespeare, etc.

We have Egri csillagok, Pál utcai fiúk, A kőszívű ember fiai, Toldi. And great poets just like Petőfi Sándor, Arany János.

The western or russian literature totally not interested for an elementery student, and morely not interested for a secondary school student.
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Posted: 2011-10-05, 11:59     

Lanti wrote:
Mariusz Jarz±bek wrote:
:o
In Hungary you don't read foreigners literature ??? :o


Of course, we read the Antigone, but, for foreigner literature, why? :)

The truth is, we don't care. And the teachers also. The kids reads the hungarian history books with not so much spirit. I think they morely not motivated to read another countries books. And the teachers know this, and whose teachers (who not liberals of course) never choose Harry Potter... Normal teachers never choose Shakespeare, etc.

We have Egri csillagok, Pál utcai fiúk, A kőszívű ember fiai, Toldi. And great poets just like Petőfi Sándor, Arany János.

The western or russian literature totally not interested for an elementery student, and morely not interested for a secondary school student.


I understand this point of view, but for me knowledge of the classics of foreign literature is crucial to understanding the spirit of the literary era.
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-05, 13:25     

@ Lanti - If so I am really shocked. Not expected that we have such different systems of education.
Antigona, becouse you don't have antique hungarian books, like Poland.


@Shimizu - I also think that it is worthwhile to read foreign literature.
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-08, 12:24     

There are some obligatiory books in high school like Homer, Voltaire, Stendhal, Shakespeare, Victor Hugo, Dostojevskij, Csehov etc... My teacher was not so strict, so I read only those ones, I liked.

When I started to interest about Poland, wanted to find some books from Polish poets, writers.
I think the most famous there in Hungary is Quo Vadis from Sienkiewicz (this is my favourite, too). But if somebody willing to get something, like me, will find Polish books for sure. I have books from Czesław Miłosz, Andrzej Stasiuk, a book with short stories about Polish legends and old folk tales. But I was really shocked I couldn't find anything from Micziewicz or Zbigniew Herbert :(
And at the moment I'm reading Ogniem i mieczem in Hungarian :) And I plan to buy Baltazar from Mrozek, if I go home. Anything else, you recommend??
 
     
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Posted: 2011-10-08, 17:32     

Thanks for answer.
Ogniem i mieczem is my favourite clasic polish book :)

I know only not so famous polish books, so isnt hungarian version.
 
     
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