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A Short Story of Stakhanovite Effort

Tibor looked out the corner window of his apartment and admired his view of Budapest. It was a rich man’s view seen from a peasant’s apartment by virtue of the inefficiency of a system that would eventually strip it from … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Terror House: A Visit to 60 ANDRÁSSY

It’s silent but for the recording of an unearthly child’s voice reciting the names of those who perished in this dim and dreary basement. “Sándor Kovács…István Szabó…” The voice naturally conveys an eerie unsettling tone appropriate to this modern-era dungeon. … Continue reading

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