Hungarian Romance by Agnes Hankiss

Hungarian Romance by Agnes Hankiss. Translated by Emma Roper-Evans. 1992 Readers International, first U.S. edition, 210 pages. A historical romance that challenges the tradition of the genre, the novel was considered "an important breakthrough for women in Hungary's ebullient, but traditionally male-dominated intellectual life." Hankiss went on to publish a book of essays, and served as a member of the European Parliament as a member of European's People's Party.

Condition: VG. Some browning to jacket.

"But even so she found the conversation somewhat boring."

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