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György Faludy

Györgi Faludy (1910–2006) was born and died in Budapest, Hungary, but spent much of his long life in exile all over the world. He did not seek out his adventures, but when they found him he recorded them in his poetry, social commentary, and philosophical musings. (7/2010)

AGNI has published the following work by György Faludy:

A Belly Dancer’s Death (translated from the Hungarian by Paul Sohar)
You Went to Sicily (translated from the Hungarian by Paul Sohar)

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