Two Austro-Hungarian Women Writers, Anna Tutsek and Terka Lux, Creating New Urban Identities in Early Twentieth-Century Budapest

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Judit Kádár;
  • Publisher: University Library System, University of Pittsburgh
  • Journal: Hungarian Cultural Studies (issn: 2471-965X)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5195/ahea.2015.214
  • Subject: Women writers, women’s Social History, anti-semitism, Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, Transylvania, Partium | Hungary | DB901-999 | Language and Literature | P

In this paper, I examine some literary texts of two turn-of-the century Hungarian women writers, Anna Tutsek and Terka Lux who left behind their childhood environment in remote regions of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy in order to move to Budapest, the capital of the eas... View more
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