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Vírusnapló 2020-2021

Sisso Artner, Iván András Bojár, Mária Vásárhelyi, András Bozóki, János Tardos, András Vágvölgyi B., Rita Abody, Judit Vajda, Anita Kazai, András Domonyai, Péter Csunderlik, Ferenc Hammer, András Kiss-Dózsai, Kristóf Kovács, Judit Láng, Krisztina Norbaek, Gábor Zoltán Szűcs, Benedek Vasák

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

Vírusnapló
 
 
 
Tizenkilenc magyar értelmiségi különleges feladatra vállalkozott 2020-2021 folyamán. Vírusnapló címmel napról napra közös naplójukban dokumentálták a covid-járványt népszerű Facebook-oldalukon. A könyv a több száz Vírusnapló-poszt közül a legérdekesebbeket közli.
 
 
 
Az alapszerzők a Magyar Narancs korai korszakát fémjelző Artner Sisso, Bojár Iván András, Bozóki András, Sükösd Miklós, Tardos János és Vágvölgyi B. András, mellettük Vásárhelyi Mária, Abody Rita, Domonyai András, Kazai Anita, Vajda Judit.
 
A vendégszerzők: Csunderlik Péter, Hammer Ferenc, Kiss-Dózsai András, Kovács Kristóf, Láng Judit, Nørbæk Krisztina, Szűcs Zoltán Gábor, Vasák Benedek.
 
 
 
Kollektív kordokumentum a covid-korszak első két évéről.
 
 
 
(Kornis Mihály előszavából)
 
 
 
A Vírusnapló megjelenése a világhálón kevesek hőstette. 
 
 
 
Bátor könyv. Prózai hőstett, a kivételesen magányosak – a „Hazádnak rendületlenül” hű magyarjainak tette azokért, akik még náluk is magányosabbak. 
 
Akik ezeket a naplókat írták, a kisebbséghez tartoznak: azokhoz, akik már akkor fölébredtek, amikor még nem is volt mibe kapaszkodnia a reménynek, mint mostanában. 
 
Akik a karantén-világ idején sem hagytak s hagynak magukból néma, bevarrt szájú rongybábut csinálni, a tényekkel óhajtanak szembenézni, az áldozatok elhallgatott számát keresik például. 
 
A Vírusnapló biztató jel. 
Available since: 03/25/2022.
Print length: 430 pages.

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