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Ah! America! – Hungarian Emigrants in the USA

$ 10.00

archive photographs , history of first emigrants

An Ordinary Woman in Extraordinary Times

$ 14.90

The story of a Hungarian-Jewish woman who experienced WWII and the October Revolution…eventually emigrating to Canada.

Attila – A Barbarian’s Bedtime Story

$ 10.00

This autobiographical first novel by a Budapest-born American poet and translator follows the destiny of Attila Nagy, from his Hungarian childhood under the Communist regime and his family’s escape to Cleveland following the revolution to his dysfunctional adulthood and unhappy marriage-all of which are redeemed by a lucky tumble into mythology.

Baptised In Fire, Or Whatever – Tűzkereszt, vagy amit akartok

$ 15.90

Unusual, shocking, politically incorrect, and humorous stories about joy and struggle of a newcomer in the United States. / Amerikai-angolt tanulók számára, illetve azoknak, akik szeretik a szokatlan, megrázó, politikailag helytelen és humoros történeteket.

Beethoven’s Mask

$ 34.90

Notes on My Life and Times

Powerful storytelling and sharp observation, leavened with marvelous wit and style, combine to deliver one of the most vivid memoirs ever written.

Confessions of an Original Sinner

$ 36.90

In prose as elegant as it is supple, Confessions of an Original Sinner is at once the vivid account of one man’s voyage and an important contribution to that small library that brings into sharp focus the major intellectual developments of our time.

Country Matters

$ 27.90

 The Pleasures and Tribulations of Moving from a Big City to an Old Country Farmhouse

Forever On Pointe

$ 36.90

Dancing was her life. Until a paralyzing virus threatened to shatter her dreams.

Forever On Pointe

$ 17.90

Dancing was her life. Until a paralyzing virus threatened to shatter her dreams.

From Hungary With Love

$ 24.90

The author is hopeful that all those who read his story will have a better understanding of the love in the hearts and souls of Hungarian people. This historical fiction is based on real life events. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead is purely coincidental.

(signed by author)