Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

Entrevista a Pablo Urbanyi

Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (2017), 94, (4), 431–444.

Abstract

Con motivo de la publicación de este número especial del Bulletin of Hispanic Studies dedicado al escritor Pablo Urbanyi (Ipolyság, Hungría, 1939) lo hemos entrevistado mediante intercambio de correos electrónicos a Ottawa (Canadá) donde reside desde 1977, año en que se vio forzado a abandonar Argentina, donde residía desde los ocho años de edad, momento en que su familia emigró de su Hungría natal debido a la persecución que tras el golpe militar de 1976 empezaron a sufrir los opositores al mismo, en el que se incluían escritores, artistas e intelectuales de todas las áreas del conocimiento. A lo largo de la entrevista se abordan los temas vertebrales de su obra (el exilio, su relación con la lengua, etc.), así como su concepción creativa y su visión sobre la literatura actual.

To mark the occasion of this special issue of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies dedicated to the writer Pablo Urbanyi (b. Ipolyság, Hungary, 1939) we have interviewed him by email exchange via Ottawa (Canada) where he has lived since 1977, the year in which he was forced to leave Argentina, where he had lived since he was eight years old, a moment in which his family emigrated from his native Hungry due to the persecution that opponents to the military coup of 1976 began to suffer, which included writers, artists and intellectuals of all areas of knowledge. This interview covers the main themes of Urbanyi’s writings (exile, his relationship with language, etc.), as well as his creative conception and his views on contemporary literature.

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Romero-Astvaldsson, Ángela

Romero-Astvaldsson, Ángela