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Marking the beginning of János Arany Memorial Year, on January 20, 2017 the manuscript of Toldi by János Arany will be on display for one day in National Széchényi Library. Guided tours of NSZL will be held, and discounts will be offered at the registration desk and in the Library Bookshop.
We will present our album entitled “Posters of Hungarian Sound Films 1931–1944” on January 20, 2017.
On January 18, 2017 a new book by Katalin Plihál, previous head of NSZL’s Map Collection, will be presented at the headquarters of FŐMTERV Rt. This is the first ever publication to include the description of all the currently known Hungarian globes. The attached DVD includes 72 of these globes in a digitally zoomable and rotatable form.
The book entitled Hatalmi diskurzusok – A hatalom reprezentációi a tudományokban és a művészetekben (Power Discourses – Representations of Power in Science and Art) will be presented in Nyitott Műhely (Open Workshop) at 6 p.m. on January 18, 2017.
In 2017, we will continue our series of presentations of integrated library systems. This time, FOLIO communities, organizers and technical experts were invited. Admission to the presentation is free, but preliminary registration on the internet is required if you want to attend the event. We are looking forward to seeing you at the presentation!
NSZL will host a book presentation ceremony on January 24, 2017. The book gives a general overview of the romantic Hungarian homeland research concepts of the 19th century, according to which some remaining ancient Hungarians could still be found in the valleys of the Caucasus.
A person with one of the most adventurous lives in the history of Hungary, one of the most famous Hungarian world travelers, sailor and soldier, the first European ruler of the Indian Ocean archipelago was born on September 20, 1741. The exhibition about Móric Benyovszky’s life was prolonged: it will be open until January 28, 2017 in National Széchényi Library.
As of 2017, GALE Literary Sources, including eight literary databases, can be accessed from National Széchényi Library. It is one of the largest and most compresensive literary database packages of the world.