Géza OTTLIK (1912 - 1990)

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About Géza Ottlik

Géza Ottlik was born 100 years ago

Ottlik’s Buda as Perpetuum Mobile
(Musical and mathematical)
With poem by Balázs Györe, translated by John Batki

The sprinter and the relay race

Géza OTTLIK ( 1912 - 1990 ) (Publishing Hungary)

GÉZA OTTLIK Frankfurt '99
With links to related Ottlik pages on the site

Géza Ottlik - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Meta-Borges: A Magyar Meditation on Masters, Maori and Meaning
by Patricia Fox
Variaciones Borges 4 (1997), p. 154-169
[Note Ottlik, Jorge Luis Borges, James Baldwin]

What's Past is Prologue: Imagining the Socialist Nation in Cuba and in Hungary
by Patricia D. Fox
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, Volume 1, Issue 1, March 1999, Article 3
[Note Ottlik, Imre Madách]

By Géza Ottlik

Apagyi (short story) by Géza Ottlik

En Esperanto

Géza Ottlik - Vikipedio

Other References:

Ottlik, Géza. School at the Frontier [Iskola a határon], translated by Kathleen Szasz. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1966. 374 p.

Ottlik, Géza; Kelsey, H. W. Adventures in Card Play. London: Cassell in association with Peter Crawley, 1979. (Master Bridge series)

Ottlik, Géza. “Nothing’s Lost” [short story], in Nothing’s Lost: Twenty-five Hungarian Short Stories; selected by Lajos Illés, translated from the Hungarian by Richard Aczel ... [et al.], translations revised by Bertha Gaster. Budapest: Corvina, 1988.

Ottlik, Géza. “Logbook” [Hajónapló], in A Hungarian Quartet: Four Contemporary Short Novels, translated by Ferenc Takács (Budapest: Corvina, 1991), pp. 7-42.

James Baldwin Revisited (1): Prolegomena

Ways of Thinking (artificial intelligence, cognitive science, Hungarian literature)
by László Mérő

Robert Zend (Hungarian-Canadian writer, 1929-1985): Dedications, Works, Links

Futurology, Science Fiction, Utopia, and Alienation
in the Work of Imre Madách, György Lukács, and Other Hungarian Writers:
Select Bibliography

Johannes Linnankoski (Pseudonym of Johannes Vihtori Peltonen, 1869-1913):
Literature in English & Esperanto

Jorge Luis Borges: Selected Study Materials on the Web

Jorge Luis Borges en Esperanto

Surrealism: Selected Links

Science Fiction & Utopia Research Resources: A Selective Work in Progress

Sciencfikcio & Utopia Literaturo en Esperanto /
Science Fiction & Utopian Literature in Esperanto:
Gvidilo / A Guide

Esperanto & Interlinguistics Study Guide / Retgvidilo pri Esperanto & Interlingvistiko

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