Müpa Budapest is once again expanding this popular series, which so far includes Literarium, Literarium Extra and Poetry Recitals at Müpa Budapest. The monthly Literarium Junior, held in either the Festival Theatre or the Glass Hall, showcases contemporary and classical literature evenings, occasionally including material from the high-school curriculum. Geared towards teenagers, it is no secret that these informal lectures, discussions, readings and meetings are designed to be 'user-friendly' and help students understand Hungarian literature... in a new light, learn to appreciate its value and in the process inspire them to become regular readers.
József Tamás Reményi, a superb literary writer and delightful composer who has compiled several novel anthologies, asks why it is that the short story genre has been pushed to the sidelines in favour of novels in contemporary literature. Illustrating his point with book excerpts, he compares the Western period and the short stories of Móricz, Kosztolányi and others with the work of the decisive narrators of modern Hungarian literature, from Iván Mándy to Sándor Tar, while he will also present a panorama of the most important creations and aspirations of Hungarian literature in the present day.
Age: 14-18 year
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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