Judith Solossy

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Textbooks & Articles


Annus, Irén, Federmayer, Éva, & Sollosy, Judith.  netting america: introduction to the culture and literature of the united states (Chapters 5 & 6). College textbook specifically designed for Internet use. HEFOP, 2006 - 2007. Google Netting America.

Bart, István - Klaudy, Kinga - Szöllősy. Judith. angol fordítóiskola. fordítás angolról magyarra és magyarról angolra. Texbook on translation. Corvina, 1996 (first printing).

Szöllősy, Judith. hunglish into english. a modern guide for modern students. A college textbook on translation for everyone. Corvina, Budapest, 2007 (first printing).

Szöllősy, Judit. legkedvesebb képem. .For a Kassák Museum exhibition catalog; also at http://www.hhrf.org/europaiutas/60/Legkedvesebb_kepem.pdf.

Sollosy, Judith. "in judith sollosy, the ‘untranslatable' esterházy meets his match":  esterházy per se: a translator's ball game with a postmodern author. In: Words Without Borders. The Online Magazine for International Literature, Summer, 2008, http://www.wordswithoutborders.org/?lab=SollosyEsterhazy#http://www.wordswithoutborders.org/?lab=SollosyEsterhazy#.

Sollosy, Judith. a translator's ballgame with a postmodern author. In: Language Issues. The Journal of natecla, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2008, pp. 54-56.

Sollosy, Judith. "regardless of the cost". on péter esterházy's revised edition. At PEN America. A Blog for Writers and Readers, Oct. 21, 2008,
http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.ListAll&friendID=271583613; also in: The Wall in My Head. Words Without Borders Anthology. Words and Images from the Fall of the Iron Curtain. University of Rochester, 2009.

Sollosy, Judith. on translating örkény's one minute stories. In: New European Writers, Feb. 14, 2009, http://new21.wordpress.com/category/from-the-translators-desk/



Filmvilág. Brief film reviews in the early 1980s for the "Láttuk még" (We Also Saw) column of the Hungarian film magazine. Titles and issues no longer available. "Modern Robinson és családja" is online at http://filvilag.hu

The Year that Was More. In: Budapest Week, January 9 - January 15, 1992.

Addictive Budapest. A Walking Tour. In: Budapest Week, April 4 - April 10, 1991.

An Overcrowded Kiosk of Posters. In: Budapest Week, April 23 - April 29, 1992. Inside cover story.

As I Like It. Shakespeare at the Pesti Színház. In: Budapest Week, October 24 - October 30, 1991.

Black and Fehér. (On painter László Fehér). In: Budapest Week, April 8 - April 14, 1993.

Bringing the "West Side" East. Two Views (theater review). In: Budapest Week, November 5 - November 11, 1992.

Critic's Choice. The Best of the Budapest Art Scene. In: Budapest Week, May 23 - May 29, 1991.

Crown Consciousness. Symbol of a Nation's Turbulent History. In: Budapest Week, June 6 - June 12, 1991.

Curved and Spiral Images. (On Hundertwasser). In: Budapest Sun, May 12 - May 18, 1994.

Deim and Péreli: Both Mesters of their Medium. In: Budapest Week, August 20 = August 26, 1991.

Fehér László. (My Favorite Painting series - Legkedvesebb Képem sorozat). Európai utas, 2005/3 No. 60, p. 33.

Gilbert & George Go Cosmological. In: Budapest Week, August 20 - August 26, 1992.

Going, Going, Sold to a Hungarian. (On the Kádár auction). In: Budapest Week, March 11 - March 17, 1993.

Hungary's Great Modernist Pioneer. (On Csontváry). In: Budapest Sun, March 24 - March 30, 1994.

In the Wake of Bad Taste. In: Budapest Week, September 19 - September 25, 1991.

Leonardo! Leonardo! In: Budapest Week, April 11 - April 17, 1999.

‘Magyar' and Its Many Meanings. In: Budapest Week, September 3 - September 9, 1992.

Modern Art Show Shines Sans Masterpieces. In: Budapest Sun, April 7 - April13, 1994.

Oh Officer... A true-to-life fairy tale on Váci utca. In: Budapest Week, October 17 - October 23, 1991.

Paintings Deliver Colorful Punch. (On István Mazzag). In: Budapest Sun, May 19 - May 25, 1994.

Rediscovering the Avant Garde: The Sixties. In: Budapest Week, March 21 - March 27, 1991.

Reds the Communists Didn't Like. Frigyes Frank: A Forgotten Great. In: Budapest Week, July 4 - July 10, 1991.

Socialist Realism Takes a Hike into History. Cover story. In: Budapest Week, February 6 - February 12, 1992.

Spending the Summer with Merlin on My Mind. (Theater review). In: Budapest Week, August 6 - August 12, 1992.

Spring has Sprung! A Welcome Pleasure for the Eye.  (On Tihamér Gyarmathy.) In: Budapest Week, March 28 - April 4, 1991.

Thanks to a Master Like Molnár, the Play's Indeed the Thing. In: Budapest Week, July 18 - July 24, 1991.

The Crown Prince of Begging. In: Budapest Week, June 17 - June 23, 1993.

The Zone of Painted Faces. (Art review.) In: Budapest Week, November 14 - November 20, 1991.

Váci on My Mind: Or - If You Can't Afford It, Flaunt It. In: Budapest Week, November 28 December 4, 1991.

Vasarely, Daddy of Op Art. In: Budapest Week, April 25 - May 1, 1991.

Visiting the Nonexistent Galleries of Budapest. In: Budapest Week, May 9 May 15, 1991.

Warhol. Of Soup Cans and Marilyns. Cover story. In: Budapest Week, March 14 - March 20, 1991.

What Hungarians are Reading. In: Hungarian Book Review, 1980, No.4, p.26.