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Hungarian Authors

A Bibliographical Handbook

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ISBN 9780674593305

Publication Date: 01/01/1970

792 pages

Belknap Press

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  • Abbreviations, Symbols, and Hungarian Terms
  • Introduction
  • Authors from 1450 to 1945
    • Ady Endre
    • Amade László
    • Ámbrus Zolt´n
    • Anyos Pál
    • Apácai Csere János
    • Apor Péter
    • Áprily Lajos
    • Arany János
    • Arany László
    • Babits Mihály
    • Bajza József
    • Balassi Bálint
    • Balks Béla
    • Baróti Szabo
    • Dávid
    • Batsányi János
    • Berzsenyi Dániel
    • Bessenyei György
    • Bethlen Miklós
    • Bornemisza Péter
    • Bródy Sándor
    • Csiky Gergely
    • Csokonai Vitéz Mihály
    • Czuczor Gergely
    • Daylca Gábor
    • Déry Tibor
    • Dsida Jenô
    • Dugonics András
    • Eotvös Jozsef
    • Eotvos Károly
    • Erdélyi János
    • Erdélyi József
    • Fábry Zoltán
    • Faludi Ferenc
    • Faludy Gyorgy
    • Fay András
    • Fazekas Mihály
    • Füst Milán
    • Gábor Andor
    • Garay János
    • Gárdonyi Géza
    • Gelléri Andor Endre
    • Gulácsy Irén
    • Gvadányi Jozsef
    • Gyöngyösi István
    • Györy Demö
    • Gyulai Pál
    • Heltai Gáspár
    • Heltai Jenö
    • Herczeg Ferenc
    • Illés Bela
    • Illés Endre
    • IlIyés Gyula
    • Janus Pannonius
    • Jékely Zoltán
    • Jokai Mór
    • Josika Miklós
    • Jozsef Attila
    • Juhász Gyula
    • Justh Zsigmond
    • Kaffka Margit
    • Karinthy Frigyes
    • Kármán József
    • Kassak Lajos
    • Katona József
    • Kazinczy Ferenc
    • Kemény Zsigmond
    • Képes Géza
    • Kisfaludy Karoly
    • Kisfaludy Sandor
    • Kiss Jozsef
    • Kodolányi János
    • Kolcsey Ferenc
    • Kolozsvári Grandpierre Emil
    • Komjáthy Jend
    • Kosztolányi Dezsö
    • Krüdy Gyula
    • Laczkó Géza
    • Lengyel József
    • Madach Imre
    • Makkai Sándor
    • Márai Sándor
    • Mécs László
    • Mikes Kelemen
    • Mikszáth Kálmán
    • Molnár Ferenc
    • Móra Ferenc
    • Móricz Zsigmond
    • Nagy István
    • Nagy Lajos
    • Németh László
    • NyIrô József
    • Orczy Lórinc
    • Pap Károly
    • Pázmány Peter
    • Petelei István
    • Petdfi Sándor
    • Ráday Gedeon
    • Radnoti Miklós
    • Rákóczi Ferenc
    • Reményik Sándor
    • Remenyik Zsigmond
    • Reviczky Gyula
    • Ritnay János
    • Rónay Gyorgy
    • Sárkozi György
    • Sik Sándor
    • Sinka István
    • Sinkó Ervin
    • Szabédi László
    • Szabo Dezsô
    • Cs. Szabo László
    • Szabó Lórinc
    • Szabó Pál
    • Szenci Molnár Albert
    • Szenteleky Kornél
    • Szép Ernö
    • Szerb Antal
    • Szigligeti Ede
    • Szomory Dezsô
    • Tamási Aron
    • Tersánszky J. Jenö
    • Tinódi Sebestyén
    • Tolnai Lajos
    • Tomorkény István
    • Tompa Mihály
    • Torok Gyula
    • Tótfalusi Kis Miklós
    • Toth Arpad
    • Vajda János
    • Vajda Peter
    • Vas Tstván
    • Veres Péter
    • Verseghy Ferenc
    • Virág Benedek
    • Vorosmarty Mihály
    • Weöres Sándor
    • Zelk Zoltán
    • Zilahy Lajos
    • Zrínyi Miklos
  • Authors from 1945 to the Present
    • Aczél Tamás
    • Benjamin Lászlo
    • Csanádi Imre
    • Csoóri Sandor
    • Fejes Endre
    • Galambos Lajos
    • Galgoczi Erzsébet
    • Garai Gábor
    • Juhász Ferenc
    • Kamondy László
    • Kônya Lajos
    • Mándy Ivan
    • Moldova György
    • Nagy László
    • Nemes Nagy Agnes
    • Ottlik Géza
    • Pilinszky János
    • Santa Ferenc
    • Sarkadi Imre
    • Simon István
    • Szabo Magda
    • Szakonyi Károly
    • Váci Mihály
  • Appendixes
    • A. Treatments of Hungarian Literature and Its Study Published from June 1, 1960 to August 1, 1965
    • B. Literary Awards, Societies, Newspapers, and Periodicals Mentioned in the Biographical Sketches
    • C. Scholarly and Literary Periodicals from Which Articles Are Cited in the Main Entries
    • D. Authors Arranged by Literary Periods
    • E. Directory of Libraries
  • Index of Names

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