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Place: Library of Catalonia
Street Hospital, 56. 08001 Barcelona
Monday, 14 February 2011, at 19.00 pm

The Library of Catalonia and the Consulate General of Hungary in Barcelona invite you to the inauguration of the Hungarian Writers in the Library of Catalonia and the panel discussion on the translation of literary works of Catalan in the Hungarian and the Hungarian Catalan.
Participants  James Cabré, Kálmán Faluba Jordi Giné and Károly Morvay.

Jaume Cabré i Fabre (Barcelona, 1947)

He graduated from the University of Barcelona in Catalan Studies, member of the Philological Section of the Institute of Catalan Studies.

His literary creation is based on the novel and the story, but has also published two books of plays and think about writing and reading. He is collaborating in press, primarily with the newspaper Today.

Kalman Faluba:

Is professor titular at the Eötvös Loránd University Budapest (ELTE)
Letra School, Department of Philology.

Among his publications are the Catalan-Hungarian. Encyclopedia Catalan (Barcelona), 1990 (In collaboration with Karl Morvay), the conversation húngaro Guide-Spanish-Catalan. Tankönyvkiadó (Budapest), 1991 (In collaboration with Karl Morvay), the Catalan-Hungarian Dictionary, the Encyclopedia Catalan (Barcelona), 1996 (In collaboration with Karl Morvay)
Spanyol nyelvtan [Spanish Grammar. Eleventh edition, revised]. Tankönyvkiadó Nemzeti (Budapest), 2004 (In collaboration with Mátyás Horányi)

Jordi Giné:

Translation of Hungarian literary Catalan (Magyarról Katalánra forditás) of Editorial Ampurias

Karoly Morvay:

Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest

He participated in the Dictionary Spanish-spanyol-magyar Hungarian

The events will take place in the Hall of Charity of the Library of Catalonia on Monday, February 14 at 19pm.
Free admission, limited capacity.