Élet és Irodalom
|First issue||15 March 1957|
|Website||Élet és Irodalom|
Élet és Irodalom (also known as ÉS; meaning Life and Literature in English) is a weekly Hungarian magazine about literature and politics.
History and profile
Élet és Irodalom was first published as a literary magazine on 15 March 1957. In the 1960s its content expanded to include issues of public life in addition to literature. The magazine is published on Fridays and is based in Budapest. It is regarded as, "the premier weekly of the Hungarian liberal literati."
Élet és Irodalom was one of the independent publications in Hungary in the late 1990s. The magazine is considered a postmodernist and politically left liberal periodical, politically close to the left-wing parties such as Hungarian Socialist Party and Alliance of Free Democrats. The magazine offers investigative reports about the scandals occurred in the country.
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