Elvásik A Veres Csillag

The Red Star WanesElvásik A Veres Csillag

Count Albert Wass de Szentegyed et Czege Hungarian gr f szentegyedi s czegei Wass Albert V lasz t, Austria Hungary now R scruci, Cluj County, Romania , 1908 Astor, Florida, February 17, 1998 was a Hungarian nobleman, forest engineer, novelist, poet and member of the Wass de Czege family.In 1944 he fled from Romania to Hungary, and then joined the fleeing Wehrmacht forces and ended up in Germany, then emigrated to the U.S After World War II, he was condemned as a war criminal by the Romanian People s Tribunals, however, United States authorities refused to extradite Wass to Romania claiming the lack of solid evidence.The works of Albert Wass first gained recognition within Hungarian literature from Transylvania in the 1940s In 1944 he moved to Germany and later in 1952 to the United States, and lived there till his death During the communist regime his books were banned both in Hungary and in Romania Part of his works were published in Hungary after the change of political system in 1989, however, before this time, his works were unknown to Hungarian public.He is popular among the Hungarian minority in Romania 2 and has a growing popularity in Hungary In 2005 in a public assessment Nagy K nyv , he was found to be one of the most popular Hungarian authors his book A funtineli boszork ny The Witch of Funtinel was named the 12th most popular book twobooks were named in the top 50 ranking, including the family saga Kard s kasza Sword and Scythe.

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  • Paperback
  • 282 pages
  • Elvásik A Veres Csillag
  • Albert Wass
  • Hungarian
  • 07 October 2019

10 thoughts on “Elvásik A Veres Csillag

  1. says:

    This is a splendid novel I read it in English probably it s evenagreeable in its native tongue, Hungarian.

  2. says:

    read up to 50% only, because of its sweet old timey Hungarian language, which felt good to the soul But the topic got old and repetitive Then read the last few pages and the story turns sad without giving a spoiler

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