Which of these writers is from Transylvania?
Make a choice
The word “happy” is a surprisingly rarely used term in Hungarian literature, and this is one of the reasons why I chose to use it. It is rather the expressions for “unhappiness” that have become all too trivial.
Thomas Ország-Land tells the story of a poem composed by him as an 18-year old high-school dropout for the flagship daily of the doomed anti-Soviet insurrection in 1956.