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Zsuzsa Hetényi (Budapest/Wien)

„»Rejoicing the wandering fate« (...бродячей радуясь судьбе...) from the poem Provence. Nabokov’s adventurous spaces and nomadistic moves


On Wednesday, 3 July 2019, Zsuzsa Hetényi (Central European University) will give a lecture on "»Rejoicing the Wandering Fate« (...бродячей радуясь судьбе...) from the Poem Provence. Nabokov’s Adventurous Spaces and Nomadistic Moves" at the Institute for Slavic Philology in Munich.

Zsuzsa Hetényi is a Professor in the Institute for Slavic Studies at the University ELTE, Budapest. Among her research interests are the Russian Prose of the 20th century, dual identity, emigration and bilingualism in literature.

The lecture is part of the colloquium of LMU's Institute for Slavic Philology.

Where: Munich – LMU München, Institute for Slavic Philology, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, room E 318.

When: Wednesday, 03.07..2019, 04:00 – 06.00 p.m.


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