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Call number Item
P Language and literature (Go to start of category)
PH Uralic and Basque (incl. Finnish and Hungarian) Languages and Literature (Go to start of category)
PH355 .K823 T3 [Info] Tainaron: Mail from Another City, by Leena Krohn, trans. by Hildi Hawkins (HTML in Finland)
PH355 .P38 Z5 [Info] My Childhood (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1966), by Toivo Pekkanen, trans. by Alan Blair (page images at Wisconsin)
PH355.S55 I34 [Info] People in the Summer Night: An Epic Suite (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1966), by F. E. Sillanpää, trans. by Alan Blair (page images at Wisconsin)
PH648 .E5 K6 [Info] The Hero of Esthonia, and Other Studies in the Romantic Literature of That Country (2 volumes, 1895), by W. F. Kirby
PH665 .K68 [Info] Kalevipoeg Studies: The Creation and Reception of an Epic (Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, c2016), by Cornelius Hasselblatt (PDF with commentary at
PH706 .W55 2014 [Info] A Grammar of Pite Saami (Studies in Diversity Linguistics #5; Berlin: Language Science Press, 2014), by Joshua Wilbur (PDF with commentary at
PH803 .S6 [Info] The First Cheremis Grammar (1775) (facsimile reprint in Mari and Russian, with added commentary in English; Chicago: Newberry Library, 1956), contrib. by Thomas A. Sebeok, Alo Raun, and Eeva Kangasmaa Minn (page images at HathiTrust)
PH2111 .U55 [Info] Hungarian: Basic Course (2 volumes, 1962-1964; with supplementary materials), by Augustus A. Koski and Ilona Mihalyfy (PDF and MP3 files at
PH3012 .R3 [Info] Hungarian Literature: An Historical and Critical Survey (second edition; London: Jarrold and Sons, ca. 1900), by Emil Reich (multiple formats at
PH3028 .M722 [Info] Magyar Írók Névtára;: Életrajzi és Kónyvészeti Adatok gyüjteménye (in Hungarian; Pozsonyban: Nirschy Ferenc könyunyomdája Pozsonyban, 1876), ed. by Moenich Károly and Vutkovich Sándor (page images at HathiTrust)
PH3241 .F4 A5 [Info] The Ants of Timothy Thümmel (London: J. Cape, c1924), by Árpád Ferenczy, contrib. by Evelyn Cheesman and Horace St. John Kelly Donisthorpe (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)
PH3261 .D42 [Info] Debts of Honor, by Mór Jókai, trans. by Arthur B. Yolland (Gutenberg text and page images)
PH3261 .E413 [Info] A Hungarian Nabob, by Mór Jókai, trans. by R. Nisbet Bain (Gutenberg text and page images)
PH3261 .E5 [Info] Manasseh: A Romance of Transylvania, by Mór Jókai, trans. by Percy Favor Bicknell (Gutenberg text and page images)
PH3261 .N4 [Info] The Nameless Castle, by Mór Jókai, trans. by Sara Elisabeth Siegrist Boggs, contrib. by Neltje Blanchan (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
PH3261 .N513 [Info] Dr. Dumany's Wife, by Mór Jókai, trans. by F. Steinitz (Gutenberg text)
PH3261 .P3813 [Info] Peter the Priest, by Mór Jókai, trans. by S. L. Waite and A. V. Waite (Gutenberg text)
PH3261 .P66 [Info] The Poor Plutocrats, by Mór Jókai, trans. by R. Nisbet Bain (Gutenberg text)
PH3261 .S9613 [Info] The Day of Wrath, by Mór Jókai, trans. by R. Nisbet Bain (Gutenberg text and page images)
PH3261 .T6 [Info] Told by the Death's Head: A Romantic Tale (Chicago et al.: Saalfield, 1908), by Mór Jókai, trans. by Sara Elisabeth Siegrist Boggs
PH3270.E5 [Info] Timar's Two Worlds (authorized translation: New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1894), by Mór Jókai, trans. by Agnes Hegan Kennard (page images at HathiTrust)
PH3270 .E5 H8 [Info] Hungarian Sketches in Peace and War (Edinburgh: T. Constable and Co., et al., 1854), by Mór Jókai, contrib. by Emeric Szabad
PH3281 .L5 E513 [Info] Liliom: A Legend in Seven Scenes and a Prologue (New York: Boni and Liveright, c1921), by Ferenc Molnár, trans. by Benjamin F. Glazer (page images at HathiTrust)
PH3281 .L6 T3 1913 [Info] Typhoon: A Play in Four Acts (London: Methuen and Co., c1913), by Menyhért Lengyel, trans. by Laurence Irving
PH3281 .M32 A28 1988 [Info] On the Balcony: Selected Short Stories, by Iván Mándy, trans. by Albert Tezla (multiple formats in Hungary)

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