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Jókai Mór
(1825—1904)

Jókai Mór (1825—1904)

Hungarian romantic novelist and journalist. Jókai was a fervent nationalist who, after the Hungarian defeat in 1848, became a fugitive from the Austrians. He was later a member (1861–97) of the Hungarian parliament. Often compared to both Dickens and Scott, Jókai was an enormously prolific and popular writer. His novels, national in character, often earthy and humorous in style, have been translated into 25 languages. Among them are An Hungarian Nabob (1894, tr. 1898) and Black Diamonds (1870, tr. 1896).


Austria, 1970, Scene from «The Gipsy Baron» (Strauss0

Hungary, 1925, Mór Jókai

Hungary, 1925, Mór Jókai

Hungary, 1925, Mór Jókai

Hungary, 1954, Mór Jókai

Hungary, 1954, Mór Jókai

Hungary, 1954, Mór Jókai

Hungary, 1998, Leaders of the Revolution

Hungary, 2001, Janos Arany and Parliament

Hungary, 2006.06.21, Monuments of Budapest

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