The post-1989 market reforms have shattered the myth that more refined literary tastes dominated in the East, than, say, in Western Europe or America. Now, devoid of censorship and paternalism, lowbrow publications claim the lion’s share of sales. Should the state do something about this? by Istvan Bart BUDAPEST-Publishing is not just a business. It […]

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