Monday, 10 May 2010


Hiidenkivi, the Finnish-language magazine of culture, history, language and literature now has its own website. In order to access the whole publication, readers must register and also subscribe to the paper version of the magazine. But some of the articles are is available free of charge, and the site gives a good idea of the range of material on offer, including some items that are not in the current subscriber's version - this month, for example, discussions of the ideas and writings of Väinö Linna.

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