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Anna Maria Porter (born 1944) is a Hungarian born-Canadian publisher and novelist.
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- Central Europe has several recognizably common architectural features that make some towns in Galicia look remarkably like towns in Transylvania and Slovakia; shared musicians—Liszt, Chopin, Mahler, Dvořák, Smetana, Bartók, Kodály; shared writers, such as Musil, Gombrowicz, Koestler, Brod, Mickiewicz, Kafka, Roth, Zweig, Faludy; and some peculiar shared traditions, such as the tiny coffee spoon and the oversweet desserts with whipping cream.
- Anne Porter (23 September 2010). The Ghosts of Europe: Journeys through Central Europe's Troubled Past and Uncertain Future. Douglas & McIntyre. p. 19. ISBN 978-1-55365-637-1.