☰ Franco-Hungarian Literary Relations

Franco-Hungarian Literary Relations


39 Grafton Street, Dublin
Date: 10-11-1949
Language: English
Repository: Petőfi Museum of Literature
Document type: Typed letter
Publisher: Tüskés Anna (17-09-2021)
Folio number: 1

Dear Mr. Dormandi

(The red ribbon is no indication of the present Irish political scene!) I was delighted to receive your enthusiastic good wishes, your pledge for a subscription, and the three stories.

We are presently swamped with much detail work, which consumes much time and never seems to produce anything. However the first issue has now „gone to bed” and we are going to decide tomorrow on the contents for the second. I think the story by M. Keeri-Szanto called „Morning Drive” will go in the second issue. This is not definite for the others have not concurred and there is a little difficulty about what will be censored here in Ireland. The mysteries of puberty, being perhaps, ont he black list.

I do not now want to say anything more about the stories. I have read them each once quickly, ’Morning Drive’ another time with more cara. Please excuse me for delaying my answer, but this letter is merely meant to acknowledge their receipt.

I hope you are all enjoying the best of health.


PS Again my apologies for this short answe.