Pafkó, T. (2013). Kettős metamorfózis: Hogyan alakult át Daniel Dyke kontemplatív prózája Nánási Lovász István prédikációgyűjteményévé?. Studia Litteraria, 52(3-4), 146–156. https://doi.org/10.37415/studia/2013/3-4/146–156.
When István Nánási Lovász read the book by Daniel Dyke entitled The mystery of self-deceiving, he afterwards preached a series of sermons based on these texts. He keyed the heart of his audience so much that they supported him with publishing his sermons, so in 1670 his fascinating work, the Secret of the Heart came out. He adapted the writings of Dyke and the key to the interesting relationship of these works lies in the act of revision itself. As a result of his method, a read-out text is construated in speeches and then becomes a written text again. Such a text can be regarded as a translation and still it is not translation proper. It is not only a sermon, because the written form suggests a possibility to use the retrieval process of global reading. The Secret of the Heart is a wonderful example of how to reconstruate and animate a text and then to conserve it again.