Hungarian Electronic Library

Hungarian Electronic Library

The Hungarian Electronic Library (Hungarian: Magyar Elektronikus Könyvtár) is one of the most significant text-archives of the Hungarian Web space[1] showcasing a variety of primary and secondary sources.[2] Contains thousands of full-text works in the humanities and social sciences.[1] Topics covered include science, math, technology, arts, and literature.[2] Most texts are in Hungarian[1], though some have been translated into English[2].


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