Új Symposion 1965-1992.

Új Symposion. 1965-1992. Periodical on Art Criticism and Cultural Issues. From 1976 on it is called Periodical on Social Issues, Art Criticism and Cultural Issues. March-April 1971., 71-72. June 1971. July 1971. November 1971. February 1972. June 1972. July-August 1972. 87-88. September 1972. October 1972. January 1973. May-June 1973. 97-98. January

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March-April 1984. (20th year)

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