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1 C U R R I C U L U M V I T A E Name: Peter Andrew Sherwood Date of Birth: 30 September 1948, Budapest Marital Status: Married Júlia Kalinová, 1983; one daughter, 1989 Nationality: British Address: EDUCATION Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Campus Box 3160, 421 Dey Hall Chapel Hill North Carolina USA Fax: (departmental phone line: departmental Manchester Grammar School, England ( ); University of London 1970 (BA, first class honours), 1976 (Diploma in Linguistics) PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE LÁSZLÓ BIRINYI, SR. DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR OF HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE AND CULTURE, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL LECTURER (LATER: SENIOR LECTURER AND HONORARY SENIOR LECTURER) IN HUNGARIAN, SCHOOL OF SLAVONIC AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

2 VISITING LECTURESHIPS PETER SHERWOOD: CURRICULUM VITAE (FROM AUGUST 1999: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON) (U.K.) University of Cambridge: visiting lecturer, 1999 (OUTSIDE U.K.) University of Szeged, Hungary: visiting lecturer, November-December 2006 University of Rome: visiting lecturer, November 1995 University of Debrecen, Hungary: visiting lecturer, March 1995 University of Budapest: visiting lecturer, January 1994 HONORS 2011: János Lotz Medal of the International Association for Hungarian Studies 2007: Officer s Cross of the Order of Merit of the Hungarian Republic 2003: G. F. Cushing Prize of the British-Hungarian Fellowship (London) for outstanding contribution[s] to Hungarian linguistics, literary translation and for fostering appreciation of Hungarian culture in Great Britain 2001: Pro Cultura Hungarica Hungarian State Prize for contributions to Anglo-Hungarian relations 1998: Prize of the Hungarian Milán Füst Foundation (ASch 12,000) MEMBERSHIP OF EDITORIAL BOARDS Officina Hungarica, Budapest, American Hungarian Educators' Association E-Journal, Általános Nyelvészeti Tanulmányok [Studies in General Linguistics], Budapest, MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS American Literary Translators Association Linguistic Society of America American Hungarian Educators Association British Hungarian Fellowship (London), Executive Committee member International Association for Hungarian Studies, Budapest Philological Society, London

3 Suomalais-Ugrilainen Seura, Helsinki CONFERENCES ATTENDED *** indicates that a paper was given and subsequently published (see Publications) ** indicates that a paper was given * indicates that a brief contribution was made American Hungarian Educators' Association Annual Meeting New Brunswick, NJ 2013 American Literary Translators' Association Annual Meeting** Rochester, NY 2012 American Hungarian Educators Association Annual Meeting** Brooklyn, NY 2012 American Hungarian Educators Association Annual Meeting*** Cleveland, OH 2011 American Literary Translators Association Annual Meeting Philadelphia 2010 American Hungarian Educators Association Annual Meeting Szeged 2010 American Hungarian Educators Association Annual Meeting *** Berkeley, CA 2009 American Hungarian Educators Association Annual Meeting Pittsburgh 2008 (Organizer) 70 Years of Hungarian Studies at the University of London*** UCL-SSEES London Years of Hungarian Studies at Szeged University** Szeged 2006 Resistance, Rebellion and Revolution in Central Europe: Commemorating 1956*** UCL-SSEES London 2006 (Organizer:) Europe s József. An international one-day conference to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Attila József UCL- SSEES London 2005 Sándor Márai Conference *** Darwin College Cambridge 2004 Budapesti Uráli Műhely 4: A grammatizálódás** Budapest 2003 Fifth Mendel Friedman Conference on Yiddish Studies: The Yiddish Presence in European Literature*** Oxford 2003 Uralic/Indo-European Contacts in Language and Literature*** Groningen 2001 Ninth International Congress of Finno-Ugrists*** Tartu 2000 Another Transition: in Eastern Europe*** SSEES London 1998 ELSA 97 Conference (Hungarian as a second language: socioand psycholinguistic issues)*** Debrecen 1997 Finnisch-Ugrische Sprachen in Kontakt*** Groningen 1996 Fourth International Congress of Hungarian Studies*** Rome-Naples 1996 Annual Conference of the International Centre of Hungarian Studies** Budapest 1996 Eighth International Congress of Finno-Ugrists*** Jyväskylä 1995 Annual Conference of the International Centre of Hungarian Studies*** Budapest 1995 Annual Conference of the International Centre of Hungarian Studies*** Budapest 1994 Sixth International Congress of Hungarian Linguists** Eger 1994 Genocide and Rescue in Hungary, 1944 London 1994 Ninth Annual Conference of the University of Waterloo Centre for the New OED and Text Research Oxford 1993 Euralex Workshop in Practical Dictionary-Making Oxford

4 BOOKS PETER SHERWOOD: CURRICULUM VITAE Conflicts of National and Ethnic Identity*** Amsterdam 1992 East European Literature in Transition* SSEES London 1992 First Colloquium of Western Centres of Hungarian Studies* Paris 1990 Seventh International Congress of Finno-Ugrists*** Debrecen 1990 International Conference on Language Revival** SOAS London 1990 First International Conference on the Teaching of Hungarian Studies*** Budapest 1989 Third International Congress of EURALEX, the European Association for Lexicography*** Budapest 1988 Fifth International Congress of Hungarian Linguists*** Budapest 1988 Fourth International Congress of Hungarian Linguists*** Szombathely 1983 First International Congress of Hungarian Studies*** Budapest 1982 International Seminar of English and American Studies*** Debrecen 1978 Anglo-Hungarian Seminar on 20th Century Hungarian Literature** London 1978 Third International Congress of Hungarian Linguists*** Nyíregyháza 1977 Fourth International Congress of Finno-Ugrists Budapest 1975 Second International Congress of Hungarian Linguists Szeged 1972 BIBLIOGRAPHY A Concise Introduction to Hungarian London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London pp. SSEES Occasional Papers, 34. ISBN Reviewed: M. Kontra in: Modern Nyelvoktatás (Budapest) VII. évf. 2-3 sz szeptember; The BUDALEX Guide to Hungarian [Distributed at the Third International Congress of the European Association for Lexicography, EURALEX, Budapest 4-9 September 1988]. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó pp. DICTIONARIES (CO-)EDITED Oxford angol-magyar szótár nyelvtanulóknak [English-Hungarian Wordpower Dictionary]. Janet Phillips (publisher s editor), Peter Sherwood (senior editor). Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. ISBN New (revised) impression Third impression Fourth (revised) impression Reprinted 2007, Sixth edition, Tenth printing Awarded Outstanding Hungarian Dictionary prize by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on the Fourth "Day of the Dictionary" in Hungary, Budapest, 17 October See Duna and at c. 22 minutes into the programme. 4

5 A Concise Hungarian-English Dictionary. Tamás Magay, László Országh ( ), Contributing Editor (de facto co-editor) Peter Sherwood. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó/Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. (not co-published with OUP): Second edition, Third edition, Fourth, revised and expanded edition, pp. Reviews: Eyvor Fogarty Professional Translator and Interpreter (London) No , 43-44; R. J. W. Evans Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 69 No. 4 (October 1991), 688; Jeffrey Harlig Slavic and East European Journal (USA) Vol. 36 No. 3 (Fall 1992), Miklós Kontra Budapesti Könyvszemle (Budapest) Vol. 5 No. 3 (Autumn 1993), Walraven van Nijmegen (www.geocities.com/athens/1336/magyarnames101.html): [link now broken] << This is one of the friendliest and most comprehensive bilingual dictionaries I've used in any language.>> BOOKS CO-EDITED László Péter, Martyn Rady, Peter Sherwood, eds., Lajos Kossuth sent word... Papers delivered on the occasion of the bicentenary of Kossuth s birth. SSEES Occasional Papers, 56. London: Hungarian Cultural Centre and School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London pp. ISBN X Mátyás Sárközi, ed.; second edition, revised by Peter Sherwood, Hungaro-Brits: The Hungarian Contribution to British Civilization. London: Hungarian Cultural Centre pp. [No ISBN] TEACHING AID EDITED Phrasal Verbs: Tanuljuk meg a 100 legfontosabbat! [The 100 most important phrasal verbs of English for Hungarian students]. Janet Phillips (publisher s editor), Peter Sherwood (senior editor). Oxford: Oxford University Press pp. ISBN CHAPTERS Living through something: notes on the work of Imre Kertész' in: Ritchie Robertson, Joseph Sherman, eds., The Yiddish Presence in European Literature: Inspiration and Interaction. Proceedings of the Fourth and Fifth International Mendel Friedman Conference. Legenda Studies in Yiddish, 5. European Humanities Research Centre. Oxford: Oxbow Books ISBN

6 The label pre-socialist in Hungarian lexicography of the 1950s in: R. B. Pynsent, ed., The Phoney Peace. Power and Culture in Central Europe London: School of Slavonic and East European Studies/University College London. SSEES Occasional Papers, ISBN A nation may be said to live in its language : some socio-historical perspectives on attitudes to Hungarian in: Robert B. Pynsent, ed., The Literature of Nationalism. Essays on East European Identity, London: SSEES/Macmillan ISBN (UK ED) Hungarian in: A. J. Walford, J. E. O. Screen, eds., A guide to foreign language courses and dictionaries, third edition revised and enlarged. London: The Library Association ARTICLES AND PAPERS: PEER-REVIEWED 'Eszik, megeszik, de főleg megesz, és ami körülöttük van' [Notes on the verb "to eat" in Hungarian] in: Argumentum. Debreceni Egyetemi Kiadó. Vol ISSN Available [only] online: Translation criticism: linguistic notes towards a prolegomena with special reference to Hungarian literature in English in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv XIII. évfolyam 1. szám. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: ''Országh's Third'': Working with Tamás Magay on the Third Edition of László Országh-Tamás Magay (eds.) Concise Hungarian-English Dictionary/Magyar-angol kéziszótár (1990). A memoir. In: Szavak pásztora. Írások Magay Tamás tiszteletére. Szerk.: Pintér Tibor, Pődör Dóra, P. Márkus Katalin. Szeged: Grimm Kiadó Hungarian (Magyar) Literature in: Timothy L. Gall, Susan Bevan Gall, eds., The Lincoln Library of Essential Information. 44th edition. Cleveland, OH: The Lincoln Library Press Language about Language: Notes On The New Hungarian Media Laws. In: AHEA: E-journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 4 (2011): /6 The German and English versions of Sándor Márai s A gyertyák csonkig égnek in: Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, Louise O. Vasvári, eds., Comparative Hungarian Cultural Studies. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press

7 Értelmezések a magyar mint idegen nyelv elméleti és gyakorlati oktatásában: a magánhangzó harmónia in: István Csernicskó et al., eds., Utazás a magyar nyelv körül. Írások Kontra Miklós tiszteletére. Budapest: Tinta Könyvkiadó ISBN Hungary in: East-Central European Literatures Twenty Years After in: East European Politics and Societies 23, [November] Explanations in the theory and practice of teaching Hungarian as a foreign language (HFL): the example of vowel harmony in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv X. évfolyam. 1. szám. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: Egy Márai-regény fordításának nyelvészeti problémái in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv IX. évfolyam. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: On the importance of reading the actual lines and not between them: Ferenc Juhász s poem Évszakok (1957) in the shadow of its English versions in: László Péter, Martyn Rady, eds., Resistance, Rebellion and Revolution in Central Europe: Commemorating Papers from a conference held at SSEES University College London on September London: Hungarian Cultural Centre and School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London ISBN A múlt mint előjáték? A hungarológiai stúdiumok hetven esztendeje Londonban [The Past as Prelude? Seventy Years of Hungarian Studies in London] in: THL2: Journal of Teaching Hungarian as a Second Language/A magyar nyelv és kultúra tanításának szakfolyóirata. Budapest: Balassi Intézet. 2008/1-2. szám Co-authored with Eszter Tarsoly. Available online: A jövő idő kifejezése a magyarban [Expressing the future in Hungarian] in: Tamás Magay, ed., Félmúlt és közeljövő. Lexikográfiai füzetek, 3. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó ISBN A magánhangzó-illeszkedés tanítása [Teaching Hungarian vowel-harmony] in: THL2: Journal of Teaching Hungarian as a Second Language/A magyar nyelv és kultúra tanításának szakfolyóirata. Budapest: Balassi Intézet. 2007/1-2. szám [2008] [NB many misprints] ISSN Available online: 7

8 Hungarian has no future... in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv VII. évfolyam. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: The Duck-Billed Platypus of Hungarian Grammar? Notes on the teaching of -NAK/-NEK in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv VI. évfolyam 1. szám. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: On not squaring the circle: some diagrammatic representations in the teaching of Hungarian as a foreign language in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv V. évfolyam. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: Towards the grammar of intimacy: some associatives and duals in Ugric in M. Bakró-Nagy, K. Rédei (eds) Ünnepi kötet Honti László tiszteletére. Budapest [:MTA Nyelvtudományi Intézete] ISBN Ob-Ugric literature in English: A case study in indirect contacts in: R. Blokland, C. Hasselblatt, eds., Finno-Ugrians and Indo-Europeans: Linguistic and Literary Contacts. Proceedings of the Symposium at the University of Groningen, November 22-24, (Studia Fenno-Ugrica Groningana, 2). Maastricht [: Shaker Publishing] [2003] ISBN Certaine Hungarians travellinge throughe the contrye : Hungarians collecting money for their ransoms in the England of Elizabeth I in: Gábor Ittzés, András Kiséry, eds., Míves semmiségek/elaborate Trifles: Studies for Kálmán G. Ruttkay on his 80th Birthday. (Pázmány Papers in English and American Studies, 2.) Piliscsaba: Pázmány Péter Katolikus Egyetem ISBN Derivability from ethnonyms: notes on the Hungarian derivational suffix =SÁG/=SÉG in: E. Helimski, A Widmer, eds., Wǔśa, wǔśa Sei gegrüßt! Beiträge zur Finnougristik zu Ehren von Gert Sauer dargebracht zu seinem siebzigsten Geburtstag. Veröffentlichungen der Societas Uralo-Altaica, Band 57. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag ISBN X Hungarian as L2: some problems as seen from abroad in: Hungarológiai Évkönyv III. évfolyam. Pécs: PTE BTK ISSN Available online: also at: 8

9 Definiteness in the Ugrian Languages in: T. Seilenthal, Anu Nurk, Triinu Palo, eds., Congressus Nonus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum Tartu. Pars VI Dissertationes sectionum Linguistica III. Tartu: Trükk OU PAAR ISBN (Vol. VI only) ; (set) Tested Remedies: Manuscript folk medical notes in a copy of Apáczai Csere s Magyar Encyclopaedia (1653) in London in: István Monok, Péter Sárközy, eds., La civiltà ungherese e il Cristianesimo Vol. I. Nemzetközi Magyar Filológiai Társaság-Scriptum Rt.: Budapest-Szeged ISBN (Vol I. only) Crater into well: sex and violence in Dezső Kosztolányi s Édes Anna and its English translation [abridged and revised version] in: Translation Review (University of Texas at Dallas) 55 (1998) ISSN Crater into well: sex and violence in Dezső Kosztolányi s Édes Anna and its English translation in: Hungarologische Beiträge (Jyväskylä) XI ISSN Alkalmazott nyelvészet a tanulói szótár felépítésében (Igekötős igék a londoni magyar tanulói szótárban) [Applied linguistics in the learner s dictionary (Verbs and co-verbs in the Learner s Dictionary of Hungarian, London)] in: Hungarológia 9 (Budapest) 1997 [1998] ISSN The Death of Tavda Vogul: notes on the nature and extent of Russian influence in: Sirkka-Liisa Hahmo, Tette Hofstra, László Honti, Paul van Linde, Osmo Nikkilä (eds.) Finnisch-ugrische Sprachen in Kontakt. Vorträge des Symposiums aus Anlass des 30-jährigen Bestehens der Finnougristik an der Rijksuniversiteit Groningen November Maastricht: Shaker Publishing ISBN Ob-Ugrian consume in: Nyelvtudományi Közlemények [Budapest], 94. (1994-5) [published March 1997] ISSN Megjegyzések a tavdai vogul végnapjairól [On the last days of Tavda Vogul] in: Heikki Leskinen, Sándor Maticsák, Tõnu Seilenthal, eds., Congressus Octavus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum, Jyväskylä Pars IV. Sessiones Sectionum. Syntaxis et semantica & Contactus linguistici et status hodiernus linguarum & Cetera linguistica. Jyväskylä: Gummerus ISBN (This volume) Váltságdíjgyűjtő magyarok a XVI. századi Angliában [Hungarians in sixteenth-century England collecting money for their ransoms] in: Hungarológia 7 (Budapest) ISSN

10 Isn t Országh the Hungarian for dictionary? Memories and letters of László Országh in: Lehel Vadon (ed.) Emlékkönyv Országh László tiszteletére. Eger: Eszterházy Károly Tanárképző Főiskola [1994] ISBN Cited: M. Kontra 'Országh László életművének néhány tudománytörténeti vonatkozása' in: Nyelvtudományi Közlemények 94 ( ); 217, 219 (with T. Váradi) A londoni magyar tanulói szótárról [On the London-based Learner s Dictionary of Hungarian] in: Hungarológia 4 (Budapest) ISSN How to be a Hungarian. Some problems of meaning, reference and style in Hungarian discourse on ethnicity in: Studies in Cultural Interaction in Europe No. 3 (Amsterdam) 'essential reading for the understanding of the current Hungarian metalanguage on ethnicity' (M. Kontra) in: H. Goebl et al., eds., Kontaktlinguistik-Contact Linguistics-Linguistique et contact Vol. 2. (Berlin-New York 1997); 1721, 1723 Kis magyar csengéstan [The metalanguage of Hungarian ethnicity] in: Budapesti Könyvszemle Vol. 5 No. 2 (Summer 1993) Magyar stúdiumok Londonban [Hungarian studies in London] in: Hungarológia 1 (Budapest) ISSN Reprinted: Béla Giay, Orsolya Nádor, eds., A magyar mint idegen nyelv-hungarológia. Tankönyv és szöveggyűjtemény. Budapest: Janus/Osiris Two performance sources for metrically orphan lines in Vogul folk-poetry in: Finnisch-Ugrische Mitteilungen (Hamburg) 14/15 (1990/1991) [1992] Zoltán Gombocz and historical semantics in: J. Kiss, L. Szűts, eds., Tanulmányok a magyar nyelvtudomány történetének témaköréből. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó Cited: H. Stammerjohann, ed., Lexicon Grammaticorum (Tübingen 1996); 352. (S. Károly) Cited: Gombocz Z. Jelentéstan és nyelvtörténet (Budapest 1997); 228, 236, 246 Cited: Sándor András Kicsi Gombocz Zoltán Életrajz és pályakép. (Budapest 2006); 191. Nyelvtan, terminológia, nyelvtanítás: nyelvleírás és pedagógia összefüggése két terminus technicus példáján [Grammar, terminology and language teaching: the link between descriptive linguistics and teaching as exemplified by two technical terms, plural and possession ] in Orsolya Egyed et al, eds., Hagyományok és módszerek. Az I. Nemzetközi Hungarológia-Oktatási Konferencia előadásai. Budapest: Nemzetközi Hungarológiai Központ [1991]. Vol. II Ob-Ugrian sleep in: L. Jakab, L. Keresztes, A. Kiss, S. Maticsák, eds., Congressus Septimus Internationalis Fenno-Ugristarum. Sessiones Sectionum. Dissertationes Linguistica. Debrecen: [University Press]

11 Grammar in the bilingual dictionary, with special reference to English and Hungarian in: T. Magay, J. Zigány, eds., BUDALEX 88 Proceedings: Papers from the Euralex Third International Congress, Budapest 4-9 September Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó Noted: Eurasian Studies Yearbook 65 (1993) (J. Harlig) Cited: R.R.K. Hartmann, Gregory James, eds., Dictionary of Lexicography London and New York: Routledge Ferenc Békássy and Géza Gyóni in: Tim Cross, ed., The lost voices of World War I. An international anthology of writers, poets and playwrights. London: Bloomsbury Publishing , Phonological theory and the teaching of Hungarian as a foreign language in: J. Kiss, L. Szűts, eds., A magyar nyelv rétegződése Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó Recommended: Orsolya B. Nádor, Béla Giay, eds., Ajánló bibliográfia a magyar mint idegen nyelv tanulmányozásához ( ). Budapest, 1989; item 1226 Nyelvtipológia és a modern magyar költészet angolra fordítása [Language typology and the translation of contemporary Hungarian poetry into English] in: M. Béládi et al, eds., A magyar vers. Budapest: Nemzetközi Magyar Filológiai Társaság Bilingual dictionaries and bilingual grammars. Some reflections on English and Hungarian materials in: Angol Filológiai Tanulmányok/Hungarian Studies in English (Debrecen) XIV Recommended: Orsolya B. Nádor, Béla Giay, eds., Ajánló bibliográfia a magyar mint idegen nyelv tanulmányozásához ( ). Budapest, 1989; item 754 On the level of syllable structure in the historical phonology of Hungarian in: S. Imre, I. Szathmári, L. Szűts, eds., A magyar nyelv grammatikája. Nyelvtudományi Értekezések 104. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó William N. Loew, a magyar irodalom amerikai fordítója [WNL, an American translator of Hungarian literature] in: S. Scheiber (ed.) MIOK Évkönyv Budapest: MIOK An Englishman s sixty years in Hungary. [A biographical sketch of the lexicographer Arthur Yolland with a bibliography of his work] in: Országh-Festschrift: Angol Filológiai Tanulmányok/ Hungarian Studies in English (Debrecen) XI [1978] ; XII Recommended: Orsolya B. Nádor, Béla Giay, eds., Ajánló bibliográfia a magyar mint idegen nyelv tanulmányozásához ( ). Budapest, 1989; item 29 REVIEW ARTICLE: PEER-REVIEWED A kétnyelvű gyerekszótár: szempontok, gondolatok, gondok [An English-Hungarian/Hungarian- English dictionary for 7 to 12-year-olds: problems and perspectives] in: Modern Nyelvoktatás (Budapest) XIV. évf. 4. szám december,

12 ARTICLES AND PAPERS: NOT PEER REVIEWED Ugye Országh azt jelenti magyarul, hogy szótár? Emlékeim Országh Lászlóról, néhány levele kapcsán [A revised and updated translation of: Isn t Országh the Hungarian for dictionary? Memories and letters of László Országh (1993 [1994], q.v.)] in: Lehel Vadon, ed., In memoriam Országh László. Eger: Eszterházy Károly Főiskola, Amerikanisztikai Tanszék ISBN Országh-Világ: A memoir in Angol-magyar kéziszótár. Jubileumi kiadás Országh László születésének 100. évfordulójára. Budapest: Akadémiai Kiadó ISBN Magyartanítás a londoni egyetemen [The teaching of Hungarian in the University of London] in: Nyelvünk és Kultúránk (Budapest) 38 sz március [with János Rapcsák] Recommended: Orsolya B. Nádor, Béla Giay (eds) Ajánló bibliográfia a magyar mint idegen nyelv tanulmányozásához ( ). Budapest, 1989; item 171 SHORTER PIECES (THOSE PEER REVIEWED MARKED pr) Rage, rage against the dying of the light : Lóránt Czigány [memoir]. The Hungarian Quarterly (Budapest). Vol. XLIX. No Winter Kertész: an introduction' in: Vivienne Menkes-Ivry, ed., Magyar Magic -- Hungary in Focus November 2003-November Souvenir Programme. London: Hungarian Cultural Centre Egy hónap magyar irodalom Londonban [A year of Hungarian literature in London] in: Élet és Irodalom (Budapest) 13 July Hungary, Hungarians, and the Hungarian language in: T. Unwin (ed.) A European Geography. Harlow: Addison Wesley Longman ISBN pr Magyar in R. E. Asher (ed.) Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics London: Pergamon Press pr Magyarok I. Erzsébet udvarában [Hungarians in England in the time of Elizabeth I] in: Korunk (Kolozsvár/Cluj-Napoca) február Hozzászólás Fabó Kinga A névtan helye a társadalomtudományok között című cikkéhez [A note on the phonology of Hungarian place-names] in: Névtani Értesítő (Budapest) Vol Discussed online at How far still the dawn. Six Hungarian poets visit Britain in: New Statesman (London). Vol. 99. No March Archive film (in Hungarian) of the visit of the poets: 12

13 Articles on Hungarian language, literature and individual Hungarian authors in: Everyman s Encyclopedia, sixth edition. London: J. M. Dent

14 PUBLISHED TRANSLATIONS, from Hungarian into English unless otherwise stated BOOKS FICTION Noémi Szécsi The Finno-Ugrian Vampire. /A novel/. London: Stork Press pp. Paperback: ISBN ; ebook: ISBN Reviewed by Tibor Fischer: The Guardian (London), October 13, Reviewed by M. A. Orthofer: The Complete Review, October 14, 2012: The Guardian review and other reviews and Reviewed by Ottilie Mulzet: North American edition: London and New York: Marion Boyars pp. Paperback: ISBN ; ebook: ISBN Miklós Vámos The Book of Fathers. /A novel/. London: Abacus (An imprint of Little, Brown Book Group Ltd.). Trade paperback pp. ISBN 13: ; ISBN 10: , ISBN: [paperback format reissue, January Fourth printing, June 2007]. American [trade paperback] edition: New York: Other Press Second printing, Reviewed by Jane Smiley in New York Times Book Review, October 25, 2009; p. 12. ESSAYS Béla Hamvas Trees. [Six Essays]: Szentendre: Editio M pp. ISBN X One essay available online at Reviewed by Thomas Nydahl in Kristianstadsbladet (Sweden), 6 July NON-FICTION György Nanofvszky (editor-in-chief). The Finno-Ugrian World. Budapest: Teleki László Foundation pp. ISBN Erika Törzsök (ed.) Caught in the trap of integration. Roma problems and prospects in Hungary. Budapest: Bureau for European Comparative Minority Research pp. ISBN Domokos Moldován s four film-scripts Love spells and death rites in Hungary. Institute of Contemporary Arts/Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó pp. London: Kázmér Nagy St. Margaret of Scotland and Hungary. Glasgow: John Burns & Sons pp. 14

15 REMAINDER LISTED BY GENRE PETER SHERWOOD: CURRICULUM VITAE POETRY Three poems by Krisztina Tóth in: Györgyi Horváth, Anna Benedek, eds., Hide and Seek. Contemporary Hungarian Literature. Budapest: József Attila Kör [2005] ISBN (Three out of five poems translated for her reading at the Hungarian Cultural Centre, London, 13 September 2002). One poem, Shadows of Budapest, reprinted in: Jean Boase-Beier, Alexandra Büchler, Fiona Sampson, eds., A Fine Line. New Poetry from Eastern and Central Europe. Todmorden: Arc ISBN-10: , ISBN-13: [Tóth is] a major poetic voice [ ] overall, Sherwood s verse convinces. Francis R. Jones, Modern Poetry in Translation, Series 3, Issue Two translations available online: A_mother_s_list Dreammill Six poems by Zsuzsa Takács. For a poetry evening at the Hungarian Cultural Centre, London, on 25 February 2003 [in-house publication by the Centre] Seven poems by Bálint Balassi in: Adam Makkai (ed.) In Quest of the Miracle Stag. The Poetry of Hungary. 2nd, rev. ed. Chicago: Atlantis-Centaur and Framo Publishing/ Budapest: Tertia , 98-99, [with Keith Bosley] ISBN (Atlantis- Centaur) Translations of 12 poems by Attila József in: Thomas Kabdebo (ed.), Attila József poems and fragments, Budapest: Argumentum, and Maynooth: Cardinal Press ISBN (Argumentum)/ X (Cardinal Press). Bálint Balassi s poem Vitézek, mi lehet... in: Péter Dávidházi et al. (eds.) The Lost Rider. A Bilingual Anthology. The Corvina Book of Hungarian Verse. Budapest: Corvina [With Keith Bosley]. Four Hungarian Oral Poems, with notes, in: Kai Nieminen, Sirkka Kurki-Suonio, Pekka Suhonen (toim.) Matti, tässä nämä. Onnittelukirja Matti Suurpäälle [Helsinki:] Gummerus [With Keith Bosley] György Ligeti 'Four early folksong settings ( )' (translation of texts) in: Programme booklet for the London Sinfonietta concert at the Barbican Centre, London, on 9 December

16 87 poems and extracts from poems in Hungarian, Vogul (Mansi) and Ostyak (Khanty) in: Lauri Honko, Senni Timonen, Michael Branch (eds), Keith Bosley (trans) The Great Bear. A thematic anthology of oral poetry in the Finno-Ugrian languages. Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura [with Keith Bosley]. Six poems by János Pilinszky in: János Pilinszky Wüstenei der Liebe/The Desert of Love. Budapest: Kossuth Könyvkiadó , 115. The ballad of Anna Molnár in: Nicholas John (ed.) The stage works of Béla Bartók. Opera Guide series, no. 44. London: John Calder/New York: Riverrun Press/London: English National Opera [with Keith Bosley] Rimma Dalos: Four poems from the Russian in: György Kurtág s Requiem for the beloved, Op. 26 issued in programme booklet for A Kurtág Portrait (Almeida Theatre, London) November [with Julia Sherwood] Three poems in: György Kurtág s Three old inscriptions, op. 25 issued in programme booklet for A Kurtág Portrait (Almeida Theatre, London) November Franz Kafka: extracts from the diary and the notebooks, for György Kurtág s Kafka Fragments, Op. 24 in: Almeida International Festival of Contemporary Music and Performance, Supplement to Festival Programme. London pp. [with Julia Sherwood] Amy Károlyi: 6 poems, with Kobayashi Issa s Haiku. In: György Kurtág Seven songs, Op. 22, issued in programme booklet by the Arts Council, London, autumn Rimma Dalos: 15 poems from the Russian. In: György Kurtág Scenes from a novel. 15 songs to 15 poems by Rimma Dalos, Op. 19. Budapest: Editio Musica [with Julia Sherwood]. Attila József: 21 poems. In: György Kurtág József Attila Töredékek/Fragments, Op. 20. Budapest: Editio Musica Re-issued in booklet with CD: György Kurtág Works for soprano Hungaroton Classic HCD Budapest 1994: 4-6, Translations of 23 poems by Péter Bornemisza, Bálint Balassi and János Rimay in: T. Klaniczay (ed.) Old Hungarian literary reader: 11th-18th centuries Budapest: Corvina , , respectively. [with Keith Bosley]. One Balassi translation available online: Poetic_Invention%3A_To_the_Cranes Translations of Hungarian poems in: Poetry of Europe, programmes 6 and 7 BBC World Service (London) 2/3/5 June, 16/17/19 June [with Keith Bosley] Eugene [Jenő] Heimler s poem After an eclipse of the sun in: Howard Schwartz and Anthony Rudolf (eds) Voices within the Ark. New York [with Keith Bosley] 16

17 Translations from the work of the poets János Pilinszky, Sándor Csoóri and László Marsall in: A. Tezla (ed.) Ocean at the Window. Hungarian Prose and Poetry since Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press , , , respectively. Three Pilinszky translations available online: 02-Eine_kleine_Nachtmusik Agonia_Christiana %BCnnep%C3%A9lye/en/2093-The_nadir_celebrated [into Hungarian] Avant-garde poetry by Nanao Sakaki, Bill Berkson, Joanne Kyger and Reidar Ekner in: Mozgó Világ (Budapest), No Translations of Vogul and Kamassian poetry in: K. Bosley (ed) The Elek Book of Oriental Verse. London: Paul Elek [with the editor]. Kamassian poem also published separately by Anthony Rudolf at the Menard Press, London, in György Somlyó s poem A story about music (Mese a zenéről) in: ARION 5 (Budapest) DRAMA Olga Diószegi s one-act play Mrs Hoffer s Cat in: Index on Censorship (London) Vol. 17 No. 5. May Available online: OPERA LIBRETTO Libretto of Vivaldi's Il Tigrane, performed by the Budapest Chamber Opera in St. James's Church Piccadilly, London, on 29 October 2004 and printed as sleeve of the CD, Hungaroton HCD 32320, released simultaneously SHORTER PROSE [from Polish] Extract from Hubert Klimko-Dobrzaniecki's novel "Greeks Go Home to Die" in: B.O.D.Y [with Julia Sherwood] [from Slovak] Extract from Vít'o Staviarsky's novel ''Kale Shoes/Kale topanky" in: Slovak Literary Review (Bratislava) Vol. 18. No. 1 (June 2013) [with Julia Sherwood] Béla Hamvas's essay ''A kínai tusrajz/the Chinese ink drawing'' in: Mária Marghescu, András Herpai, eds., Művészet és tér/kunst und Raum/Art and Space. Graphical Works by Miró, 17

18 Chillida, Tapies, Uecker and their Contemporaries. Szentendre: Ferenczy Múzeum ISBN Gábor Deutsch's short story ''Minus Money'' and Gábor T. Szántó's short story ''Let the Survivors Check in First, Please!'' in: Deborah Dash Moore, Nurith Gertz, eds., The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization. Volume 10: New Haven and London: Yale University Press/Lucerne: The Posen Foundation , (respectively). Dezső Kosztolányi s short story Boldogság/Happiness in: [15] July 2011 [from Slovak] Extracts from Pavel Vilikovský The Autobiography of Evil, and Márius Kopcsay Bear Rock in: Slovak Literary Review (Bratislava). Vol. 15. No. 2. (2010). 9-13, [with Julia Sherwood]. Tamás Majoros s short story The Hole in: Cencrastus (Edinburgh) No [into Hungarian] Rachel Beckles Willson's essay 'Who is Peter Eötvös?' in: Max Nyffeler, Michael Zwenzner, eds., Péter Eötvös München: G. Ricordi Extracts from the diaries of János Pilinszky, translated for Béla Kondor s setting of them, premiered at the Hampstead Theatre, London NW3, on 27 August [in programme note] Translation of two pieces by István Örkény, to music by Zsolt Serei, in Programme for the performance in Beaulieu Abbey, Hampshire, 23 June András Kovács s article Jews and Hungarians: Group stereotypes among Hungarian university students in East European Jewish Affairs (London) Vol. 23 No. 2 (Winter 1993) Gábor Demszky s article The censoring reflex in: Index on Censorship (London) Vol. 17 No. 5 May Available online: 'An eyewitness reports from Braşov' in: Index on Censorship (London). Vol.17. No. 4 April István Bibó Statement to the nation in: Voice of Solidarity (London). No October György Krassó s article A chronicle of repression in: Index on Censorship (London). Vol. 15. No. 5. May Domokos Moldován s film-script Hungarian Love Spells (Szerelmi varázslások) in: Acta Ethnographica Hungarica (Budapest) Vol. XXX [1982]

19 Articles for Stanley Sadie, ed., Grove s Dictionary of Music and Musicians. Sixth edition. London: Macmillan (i.a. on Paul Arma, Bónis, Hoffgreff, Sándor Jemnitz, Hans Koessler, Magyar Kórus, Rózsavölgyi és társa, Rozsnyai, Táborszky, Dénes Zoltai) Two articles for an exhibition catalogue: J. Brendel The Bildgedichte of Lajos Kassák. Constructivism in Hungarian avant-garde poetry and T. Aknai Sándor Galimberti s Amsterdam, a major Hungarian painting of the 1910s in: The Hungarian Avant-garde. The Eight and the Activists. London: The Arts Council , Together with a translation of Lajos Kassák s Bildgedicht No. 18, shown at the exhibition. Attila József: prose extracts in: ARION 9 (Budapest) , Domokos Moldován s film script You will die the death of deaths. (Halálnak halálával halsz ) in: New Hungarian Quarterly (Budapest) No. 60. Winter Domokos Moldován s script outline Elements 1-3 (Elemek 1-3) in: ARION 8 (Budapest) Two journalistic articles, Scientific Research Institutes and The 1970 Floods, in: HUNGARY 72. Budapest: Pannonia Press , Zsigmond Móricz s short-story A grammar-school education (A stipendium) in: Ulula (Manchester). No Spring Ferenc Herczeg s short-story The frogs (A békák) in: New Writing (Manchester). Spring [1967]

20 UNREFEREED ORAL PRESENTATIONS (PUBLIC LECTURES, TALKS, BROADCASTS) generally unpublished, unless otherwise noted Lectures by invitation at ELTE University of Budapest (1: on bilingual lexicography) and the University of Pécs (3: on Hungarian Studies in the UK and the USA, translation criticism, and Hungarian semantics), October Inaugural Lecture of the László Birinyi, Sr., Distinguished Professorship in Hungarian Language and Culture at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 'An Island of Sound and the Tell-Tale Peephole', 8 November [unpublished; text available] Past as prelude? Hungarian studies in London since , at the Conference to celebrate 70 years of Hungarian at the University of London, SSEES UCL, 21 September [a revised Hungarian version, co-authored with Eszter Tarsoly, has been published] Hungarians in England in the time of Elizabeth I at Lewes Hungarian Society, 20 April (http://www.vivalewes.com/isscues/00066/content/articles/viva_00066_15.html) Lectures on the Teaching of Hungarian as a Foreign Language, University of Szeged, November- December Magyartanítás Londonban, at the 35th Anniversary Conference of the Department of Hungarian Studies, University of Szeged, 9 December A magyar nyelvtan kacsacsőrű emlőse? NAK/-NEK külföldieknek, at the Department of Hungarian Studies, University of Szeged, 7 April [a version has been published in English] Van-e jövője/jövő ideje a magyarnak?, at the Research Institute for Linguistics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 6 April [versions have been published in English and Hungarian] Hungarian language taster, at The Language Show, Olympia, London, 6 November Márai in English: translations and perceptions, at the Oxford Hungarian Society (Oriel College, Oxford), 25 May 2005 Facts of language and perceptions of literature: an example from the German and English versions of Sándor Márai s novel A gyertyák csonkig égnek: Die Glut (tr. Christina Viragh) and Embers (tr. Carol Brown Janeway), at the Márai Conference (Darwin College, Cambridge), 6 April [Hungarian and English versions have appeared] An introduction to Imre Kertész, at the Purcell Room, South Bank, London, as part of the Day of Hungarian Jewish Culture, 30 November

21 Living through something: an introduction to the work of Imre Kertész, at the British Hungarian Fellowship meeting at the Hungarian Cultural Centre, London, 16 October [a version has been published] Márai and Kertész, at the Oxford Hungarian Society (Oriel College, Oxford), 29 April Definitely belonging in Europe? Two major developments in the Hungarian language over the last millennium, at the Hungarian Seminar (SSEES UCL) (London), 6 December Jewish themes in postwar Hungarian literature, at the Institute of Jewish Studies open lecture series, University College (London), 13 November Harmless drudges? The new edition of the Országh dictionaries of English and Hungarian at the Hungarian Seminar (SSEES UCL) (London), October Notes on the history of Anglo-Hungarian lexicography, at the Embassy of the Hungarian Republic (London), 10 December On the life and work of the late Professor G.F. Cushing, at Oxford Hungarian Society (Old Divinity Schools, Oxford), 10 November Bridging the Gap: Between grammar and lexicon in Hungarian, at the Hungarian Seminar (SSEES) (London), 25 February Hungarian in London, at the British-Hungarian Society (London), 15 December MAJD: nyelvtan és szócikk találkozása a Londoni Magyar Tanulói Szótárban, at the Annual Conference on Hungarian Studies, Budapest, 31 August Dictionaries of English and Hungarian: past, present, and future, at the Oxford Hungarian Society Brasenose College, Oxford, 21 February Lectures on Hungarian and Ob-Ugrian, at the University of Rome, November Lectures on Hungarian, English and Vogul, at the University of Debrecen, March Lectures on translation theory, translation practice and contrastive grammar, at the University of Budapest, 3-9 January Ideology and reality in the Hungarian language revival, at the International Conference on Language Revival School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, 7-8 June Jerry Payne új Colloquial Hungarian című könyve [Jerry Payne s new Colloquial Hungarian ], broadcast on the BBC Hungarian Service (London), January

22 The art of dictionary making. Revising the Országh dictionary at the British-Hungarian Fellowship (London), 10 February Tradition and innovation in contemporary Hungarian literature at Hungarian Arts in Glasgow, The Third Eye Centre (Glasgow), 27 October A magyar nyelv tanítása Angliában [Teaching Hungarian in England] on the BBC Hungarian Service (London), 15 March Towards a linguistic context for the poetry of Endre Ady at the Anglo-Hungarian Seminar on Twentieth-Century Hungarian Literature, The Great Britain/East Europe Centre (London), May Four contemporary Hungarian poets at The Great Britain/East Europe Centre (London), 28 January INTERVIEWS BROADCAST ON KOSSUTH RADIO (BUDAPEST) 5 JULY 2009, TEXT AT: FORDIT-A-LONDONI-IRODALMAR.HTML AT UNIVERSITY OF PÉCS, OCTOBER 2011: REVIEWS, of books, unless otherwise stated 91. Carol Rounds and Erika Sólyom 'Colloquial Hungarian'. Second, revised edition. (London and New York, 2011) in: AHEA: E-journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 5 (2012): 90. Klára Sándor 'Nyelvtörténet és hunhagyomány (Budapest, 2011) in: AHEA: E-journal of the American Hungarian Educators Association, Volume 5 (2012): / 89. George and Mari Gömöri eds., 'I lived on this Earth: Hungarian poets on the Holocaust' (London, 2011) and János Pilinszky 'Passio -- Fourteen Poems translated by George Gömöri and Clive Wilmer' (Worple Press, 2011) in: Times Literary Supplement (London), 9 November 2012, p Ivan T. Berend 'History in My Life: A Memoir of Three Eras' (New York and Budapest, 2010) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 90 No. 2, April Vladimir Solonari 'Purifying the Nation: Population Exchange and Ethnic Cleansing in Nazi-Allied Romania' (Baltimore/Washington DC, 2010) in: Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Washington, DC) 26, 2012 (Spring) Available 22

23 86. Andrei Oișteanu Inventing the Jew: Antisemitic Stereotypes in Romanian and Other Central-East European Cultures (Lincoln, Nebraska, 2009) in: Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Washington, DC) 24, 2010 (Fall) Available 85. 'The Translator's Plight': Zsigmond Móricz (translated by Bernard Adams) Relations (Budapest, 1997, 2007) in: The Hungarian Quarterly (Budapest) Vol. 50. Spring Louise O. Vasvari and Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek (eds.) Imre Kertész and Holocaust Literature (West Lafayette, IN 2005) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 86. No György Gömöri Magyarországi diákok angol és skót egyetemeken /Hungarian Students in England and Scotland (Budapest 2005) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 85. No George Szirtes (ed.) Island of Sound (London 2004) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 30 April *[Translated into Hungarian in part: Élet és Irodalom (Budapest) 16 July 2004] 81. Carol Rounds and Erika Sólyom Colloquial Hungarian (London and New York 2003) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 82. No Katalin É. Kiss The Syntax of Hungarian (Cambridge 2002) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 81. No László Kontler Millennium in Central Europe: A History of Hungary (Budapest 1999) in: English Historical Review (Oxford) Vol. CXVII. 473 (September 2002) Mátyás Sárközi (compiler) Budapest (Oxford/Santa Barbara/Denver 1997) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 78. No Bryan Cheyette (ed.) Contemporary Jewish Writing in Britain and Ireland. An Anthology (London 1998) in: Times Literary Supplement (London). 26 June Bryan Burns World Cinema 5: Hungary (Trowbridge & Cranbury NL 1996) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 75. No Ivan Klíma (translated by A.G. Brain) The ultimate intimacy (London 1997) in: Times Literary Supplement (London). 31 October Available on e-notes: 23

24 74. László Kósa (ed) Die Ungarn: Ihre Geschichte und Kultur (Budapest 1994) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 75. No István Csernicskó and Tamás Váradi (eds) Kisebbségi magyar nyelvhasználat (Budapest 1996) in: Journal of Sociolinguistics (Oxford) 1/3, Péter Nádas (translated by Ivan Sanders with Imre Goldstein) A book of memories (London 1997) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 18 July Bob Dent The Blue Guide to Budapest (London 1996) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 75. No R. Meister, D. Todor, eds., Az Izraelita-Magyar Irodalmi Társulat kiadványai ( ) (Cluj 1995) in: East European Jewish Affairs (London) Vol. 26, No. 1 (1996) The Oxford-Duden pictorial Hungarian-English dictionary (Oxford 1994) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 74. No James Naughton, ed., Traveller s literary companion to Eastern and Central Europe (Brighton 1995) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 8 March Sándor Scheiber, ed., Magyar zsidó hírlapok és folyóiratok bibliográfiája (Budapest 1993) in: East European Jewish Affairs (London) Vol. 25 No. 1 (1995) Jonathan Wilson The hiding room (London 1995) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 17 November Miklós Kontra (ed.) Tanulmányok a határainkon túli kétnyelvűségről (Budapest 1991) in: Multilingua (Berlin-New York) 14-2 (1995) E. Molnár Basa (ed.) Hungarian Literature (New York 1993) in: Modern Language Review (London) Vol. 89. No. 4. Dec Ivan Klíma Waiting for the dark, waiting for the light (London 1994) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 18 November Available on e-notes: 62. Miklós Kontra (ed) Társadalmi és területi változatok a magyar nyelvben (Budapest 1992) in: Sociolinguistica 8 (Tübingen) Arnošt Lustig Dita Saxova (London 1994) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 12 August Abdulrazak Gurnah Paradise (London 1994) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 11 March

25 59. Képes Diákszótár (Budapest 1992) in: Studies in Cultural Interaction in Europe No. 3 (Amsterdam) Aidan Higgins The lions of the Grünewald (London 1993) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 26 November Imre Kertész Fateless (Evanston, Ill. 1992) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 15 January cited (6 November 2004) 56. Miklós Kontra and Tamás Váradi (eds) Studies in Spoken Languages: English, German, Finno- Ugric (Budapest 1992) in Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. 70. No. 4. October George (György) Konrád A feast in the garden (London 1992) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 30 October János Thuróczy Chronicle of the Hungarians (1488) (Bloomington 1991) in: Slavonic and East European Review (London) Vol. LXX No. 3. July Moses M. Nagy (ed.) A journey into history. Essays on Hungarian Literature. (New York-Bern- Frankfurt a.m. 1990) in: Modern Language Review (London) Vol. 87 Part 2. April George Steiner Proofs and three parables (London 1992) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 20 March Howard Baker s play A hard heart at the Almeida Theatre (Islington, London) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 20 March Mihály Füredi and József Kelemen (eds) A mai magyar nyelv szépprózai gyakorisági szótára/the frequency dictionary of modern Hungarian fiction ( ) (Budapest 1989) in International Journal of Lexicography (London) Vol. IV No. 1. Spring Dezső Kosztolányi (translated by George Szirtes) Anna Édes (London 1991) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 13 December Irén Annus Build your Hungarian. Language Coursebook I. (Szeged 1990) in: Studies in Cultural Interaction in Europe (Amsterdam) No [1991] Mladen Materić s piece for theatre The Closing Number at the Hampstead Theatre (London) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 29 March Josef Skvorecky The miracle game (London 1991) in: Times Literary Supplement (London) 8 March