Those published so far are set in Hungary, Germany and 18th century Koper (now Slovenia). A trilogy by Tamás P. Horváth, best characterized as a fictionalized ’cultural-historical-fiction’, portrays the history of the Zsolnay family, whose ceramics are their claim to fame. Prae’s authors delve bravely into society’s questions: immigration, women’s rights, domestic abuse and gender issues. We also give attention to world literature, with theoretical works, for example, on Bret Easton Ellis's literary masterpiece, and we have created a platform for current philosophical and aesthetic trends: Hungary’s comprehensive introduction to post-humanism was also released through Prae Publishing. Loosely connected to the publishing house are the quarterly literary magazine entitled Prae, and the prae.hu online literary arts portal.
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