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Greatest Hungarian Poets and Novelists

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Miklós Radnóti (1909-1944) was a Hungarian poet. He was drafted by the Hungarian Army, but as a Jew he was assigned to a labor battalion. In November 1944, he was severely beaten by a militiaman for "scribbling". Too weak to continue, he was shot near the village of Abda in Hungary. Eighteen months later, his mass grave was exhumed and his small notebook of final poems was found in his coat. Those poems represent some of the few works of literature composed during the Holocaust that…

Miklós Radnóti (1909-1944) was a Hungarian poet. He was drafted by the Hungarian Army, but as a Jew he was assigned to a labor battalion. In November 1944, he was severely beaten by a militiaman for "scribbling". Too weak to continue, he was shot near the village of Abda in Hungary. Eighteen months later, his mass grave was exhumed and his small notebook of final poems was found in his coat. Those poems represent some of the few works of literature composed during the Holocaust that…

Count Albert Wass (Válaszút 1908 - Astor 1998) Hungarian writer and poet from Erdély. The Wass family origins can be traced back to the Árpád age and is one of the oldest noble families in Erdély (Transylvania). The Big Book of Hungarian survey was proved to be one of the most popular Hungarian writer. His books were banned under Ceausescu. Forced to emigrate in 1945, Romania was sentenced to death on trumped-up charges, the U.S. dropped the charges after the examination of the case.

Count Albert Wass (Válaszút 1908 - Astor 1998) Hungarian writer and poet from Erdély. The Wass family origins can be traced back to the Árpád age and is one of the oldest noble families in Erdély (Transylvania). The Big Book of Hungarian survey was proved to be one of the most popular Hungarian writer. His books were banned under Ceausescu. Forced to emigrate in 1945, Romania was sentenced to death on trumped-up charges, the U.S. dropped the charges after the examination of the case.

Ady Endre

Ady Endre

Petofi Sandor famous hungarian poet

Petofi Sandor famous hungarian poet

Radnóti Miklós: Nem tudhatom  Előadja: Latinovits Zoltán

Radnóti Miklós: Nem tudhatom Előadja: Latinovits Zoltán

Arthur Koestler, CBE (5 September 1905 – 1 March 1983) was a Hungarian-born British author and journalist. In 1940 he published his novel Darkness at Noon, an anti-totalitarian work, which gained him international fame.

Arthur Koestler, CBE (5 September 1905 – 1 March 1983) was a Hungarian-born British author and journalist. In 1940 he published his novel Darkness at Noon, an anti-totalitarian work, which gained him international fame.

Great Hungarian poet: Jozsef Attila (1905-1937)

Great Hungarian poet: Jozsef Attila (1905-1937)

Boncza Berta & Ady Endre - Magyar Fotóarchivum

Boncza Berta & Ady Endre - Magyar Fotóarchivum

Radnóti Miklós - Hetedik ecloga Latinovits Zoltán előadásában

Radnóti Miklós - Hetedik ecloga Latinovits Zoltán előadásában

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Ady Endre - Szeretném ha szeretnének - YouTube

Ady Endre - Szeretném ha szeretnének - YouTube

Ady Endre - Szeretném ha szeretnének - YouTube

Ady Endre - Szeretném ha szeretnének - YouTube

Radnóti Miklós: Levél a hitveshez

Radnóti Miklós: Levél a hitveshez

Latinovits Zoltán Ady Endre versei és írásai

Latinovits Zoltán Ady Endre versei és írásai

„Reading books teaches us to live, speak and think.”   [Babits Mihály, Hungarian poet, writer]  This is why we teach literature in the schools.  Mostly we speak only about knowledge and skills, and we often forget what it means to be happy, how we can cope with conflicts, how we can be resilient people. It is absolutely obvious that we need these skills too.

„Reading books teaches us to live, speak and think.” [Babits Mihály, Hungarian poet, writer] This is why we teach literature in the schools. Mostly we speak only about knowledge and skills, and we often forget what it means to be happy, how we can cope with conflicts, how we can be resilient people. It is absolutely obvious that we need these skills too.

Miklós Radnóti and his wife, 1937 Miklós Radnóti (1909 – 1944) was a famous Hungarian poet who died in The Holocaust.

Miklós Radnóti and his wife, 1937 Miklós Radnóti (1909 – 1944) was a famous Hungarian poet who died in The Holocaust.