Live Stream: Emöke B'Racz presents Hungarian Refugee, in conversation with Charles Lee

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Malaprop's Founder Emoke Bracz will discuss the book, Hungarian Refugee with Malaprop's Bookseller, Charles Lee. 

This is a virtual event. Registration is required. Please click here to register. The link required to attend will be emailed to registrants prior to the event. 

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While the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 may be largely forgotten by many in America, it is definitely not forgotten by the Hungarian people who lived through it, were exiled because of it, or lost friends or family members to the merciless Soviet invasion that extinguished it. In the 1957 interview of Istvan B'Racz, the youngest elected member of the Parliament on the subjects of the revolt of 1956, personal life and work experience, social problems and education, government, police, communications, ideology, attitudes, opinions, and timeline from journal. He was also president of the Independent Youth Party, Small Landowners Party.

Emoke Bracz is our beloved store founder and co-owner. She is also an accomplished poet- and her book, Every Tree is the Forest, can be found on our shelves in the poetry section. 

Charles Lee is an Asheville native and Malarop's Bookseller and teaches French at UNCA. He has an MA in German Studies from the Sorbonne, and an MPhil in Comparative Literature from the Sorbonne Nouvelle. He has worked in various parts of the publishing world, mainly in France and Britain. When not selling books, he is a translator from French, German and Spanish. 

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ISBN: 9780965865739
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Burning Bush Press of Asheville - August 1st, 2021

SKU: x672389