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The Resource Timur és csapata, Arkagyij P. Gajdar ; [ford. Szőllősy Klára ; verseket Gáspár Endre ford. ; ill. Szecskó Tamás]

Timur és csapata, Arkagyij P. Gajdar ; [ford. Szőllősy Klára ; verseket Gáspár Endre ford. ; ill. Szecskó Tamás]

Label
Timur és csapata
Title
Timur és csapata
Statement of responsibility
Arkagyij P. Gajdar ; [ford. Szőllősy Klára ; verseket Gáspár Endre ford. ; ill. Szecskó Tamás]
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Contributor
Donor
Illustrator
Publisher
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
hun
Related
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Cataloging source
CLU
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Delfin könyvek
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Timur és csapata, Arkagyij P. Gajdar ; [ford. Szőllősy Klára ; verseket Gáspár Endre ford. ; ill. Szecskó Tamás]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "Két kisregény."
  • Hungarian translation from the Russian by Klára Szöllosy and Endre Gáspár of: Timur i ego komanda
  • According to Wikipedia, Timur és csapata (Timor and his team or squad), is a short youth adventure novel by Arkady Gajdar, first published as a film script in the 1940s, in issues 7 and 8 of Pioneer magazine. It was published in parts in the newspaper Pionerskaya Pravda, and read as a series on Moscow central radio; it was finally published as a separate book in 1941. It is the "story of a gang of village kids who sneak around secretly doing good deeds, protecting families whose fathers and husbands are in the Red Army, and doing battle against nasty hooligans, that had a huge impact upon the young Soviet audiences. The Timurite movement (Timurovtsy), involving thousands of children, became a massive phenomenon all over the country. Timur and His Squad remained part of the curriculum in every Soviet school even up into the 1990s."
  • Illustrated with line drawings by Tamás Szecskó
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
18. kiadás.
Extent
141 pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: illustrated wrappers printed in brown, orange, blue, and black. Gift of Katalin Radics, 2015.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)928515851
  • ucoclc928515851
Label
Timur és csapata, Arkagyij P. Gajdar ; [ford. Szőllősy Klára ; verseket Gáspár Endre ford. ; ill. Szecskó Tamás]
Publication
Note
  • "Két kisregény."
  • Hungarian translation from the Russian by Klára Szöllosy and Endre Gáspár of: Timur i ego komanda
  • According to Wikipedia, Timur és csapata (Timor and his team or squad), is a short youth adventure novel by Arkady Gajdar, first published as a film script in the 1940s, in issues 7 and 8 of Pioneer magazine. It was published in parts in the newspaper Pionerskaya Pravda, and read as a series on Moscow central radio; it was finally published as a separate book in 1941. It is the "story of a gang of village kids who sneak around secretly doing good deeds, protecting families whose fathers and husbands are in the Red Army, and doing battle against nasty hooligans, that had a huge impact upon the young Soviet audiences. The Timurite movement (Timurovtsy), involving thousands of children, became a massive phenomenon all over the country. Timur and His Squad remained part of the curriculum in every Soviet school even up into the 1990s."
  • Illustrated with line drawings by Tamás Szecskó
Dimensions
21 cm.
Edition
18. kiadás.
Extent
141 pages
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: illustrated wrappers printed in brown, orange, blue, and black. Gift of Katalin Radics, 2015.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)928515851
  • ucoclc928515851

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