"Búcsúra való ének" Bálint Sándor ponyvahagyatékának elemzési szempontjai /

The study presents pieces of pulp literature bequeathed by Sándor Bálint, professor of ethnology of Szeged, preserved in the University Library of Szeged, pointing out possibilities of formal and bibliographical analysis. According to Sándor Bálint, pulp poetry was born as a result of interaction be...

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Main Author: Jaksa Helga
Other Authors: Bálint Sándor
Format: Book part
Published: 2004
Series:Szegedi vallási néprajzi könyvtár 13
Rítusok, folklór szövegek 13
Kulcsszavak:Magyar irodalom története - 20. sz., Néprajztudomány - magyar - 20. sz.
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Online Access:http://acta.bibl.u-szeged.hu/69892
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Summary:The study presents pieces of pulp literature bequeathed by Sándor Bálint, professor of ethnology of Szeged, preserved in the University Library of Szeged, pointing out possibilities of formal and bibliographical analysis. According to Sándor Bálint, pulp poetry was born as a result of interaction between oral poetry and written text. Publishers and presses intended these booklets for common people, that's why they were cheap and easily available. In places of pilgrimage, permanent or itinerant vendors sold them. In these booklets, texts were often written in verse, so the texts appealing to the emotions could be memorized easier. The booklets of pulp literature were placed in 590 numbered envelopes. The earliest one is from 1789, the latest one is from 1948. The author of the study catalogued them. In the description, the data can be seen the way they are in the booklet: serial number, title of the booklet, place of issue, press, publisher, illustration and finally subject name. About one third of the booklets are connected to the veneration of Mary. Another large thematic unit is the prints connected to Jesus and various saints. The most popular ones are Saint Anne, Saint Joseph, Saint Anthony and Saint Michael.
Physical Description:303-312
ISBN:963 9406 78 3
ISSN:1419-1288