My essay is focused on a special theme which appears very often in the twentieth century Hungarian literature. It is the Bible, which is reinterpretated in many aspects. It works as a pretext and creates a reader's expection.
But these texts are different from the previous age religious literature. They can be understood as a reevangelization staying in the Christian paradigm but extend it. This kind of evangelization is full with pagan and mythologycal stories which work together with the Bible and the present - mainly historical - events get a biblical feature, as well. These texts hold a dialogue with the Bible.
The Orderly Resurrection is also works up a biblical topic, the judgement day resurrection, which is hardly similar with the Bible. Áron Tamási is one of the most prominent writers of the Seklers, a Transylvanian regionalist and he sets a biblical thinking and paradigm to the present's problems as a reproduction in most of his works.