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The face of Pista Kenyheczi emerged from behind Galambos. Pista was the son
of a vintner, but I hadn't noticed him among all the other players. He was holding
Galambos up by his hair. His intervention had clearly surprised his mates as ...
Of these, two had been his friends, three had been too small, and the last two so
vile that it was good riddance. A boy called Pista Bognar had stayed - he was
very fat and brainy, and it was madness to play chess with him . . . Andras talked
By that stage I was the only person prepared to play chess with Pista Bognar,
even in the cellar during the long air alarms. In general, losing didn't bother me,
because I was learning his tricks. On one occasion, though, when he was
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BATTLEFIELDS AND PLAYGROUNDSNutzerbericht - Kirkus
A brilliant portrayal of the sufferings of Hungarian Jews during WW II, seen through the raucous and often comic prism of a small boy's stubbornly independent spirit. Jozsef Sondor, six years old in ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Battlefields and playgroundsNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
Jozsef Sondor, the fictional counterpart of Hungarian author Nyiri, gives an impassioned first-person account of life beginning in prewar Hungary, where he spent his early childhood with his ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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