Hungarian Studies Review Vol. 9., 1982

No. 1. Spring

HSR, J^ungarian Studies Review Vol. IX, No. 1 Spring 1982 The Hungarian Folk Ballad Marianna D. Birnbaum discusses the rights and restrictions of women as recorded in the 'Classical' Hungarian ballad. Marlene Kadar examines the tragic motif in the ballad of 'Kata Kadar.' Film Studies Graham Petrie analyzes the Hungarian documentary and 'Pseudo-Documentary' film. George Bisztray provides a report on the activities of the Hungarian Film Institute and Archives. Students of Hungarian Cinema Studies at the University of Toronto write about trends in Hungarian cinema. Document: Mark Twain and Hungary Anna Katona describes an interview given by Mark Twain at the time of his visit to Budapest in 1899. Review Articles