Toldi (Hungara Epika Poemo En Esperanto)

Toldi (Hungara Epika Poemo En Esperanto)

János Arany Károly Mühlbeck Marton Fejes / Dec 08, 2019

Toldi Hungara Epika Poemo En Esperanto Toldi is a famous Hungarian epic poem from Toldi estas fama hungara epika poemo el la jaro pri la laulegende fortega heroo Toldi en la servo de hungara regho Tradukita de la iama kunlaboran

  • Title: Toldi (Hungara Epika Poemo En Esperanto)
  • Author: János Arany Károly Mühlbeck Marton Fejes
  • ISBN: 9781595690739
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Toldi is a famous Hungarian epic poem from 1847 Toldi estas fama hungara epika poemo el la jaro 1847, pri la laulegende fortega heroo Toldi en la servo de hungara regho Tradukita de la iama kunlaboranto de Hungara Vivo, Marton Fejes.

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      • János Arany Károly Mühlbeck Marton Fejes

        J nos Arany was a Hungarian journalist, writer, poet, and translator He is often said to be the Shakespeare of ballads he wrote than 40 ballads which have been translated into over 50 languages, as well as the Toldi trilogy, to mention his most famous works.He translated three dramas of Shakespeare into Hungarian, A Midsummer Night s Dream, Hamlet and King John, and they are considered to be some of the greatest translations into Hungarian in history he also helped other Hungarian translators with his comments, and translated works by Aristophanes, Mikhail Lermontov, Aleksandr Pushkin, and Moli re The epic poetry of J nos Arany presents the legendary and historical past of his nation The Death of King Buda 1864 , the first part of a projected Hun trilogy is one of the best narrative poems in Hungarian literature The other parts of the trilogy Ildik , and Prince Csaba are unfinished.One of his most famous poems is A Walesi B rdok The Bards of Wales Arany wrote this poem when Franz Joseph the Austrian Emperor visited Hungary first time after he defeated Hungarian Revolution of 1848 Originally Arany was asked to write a poem to praise the Emperor The poem is well known in Hungary and concerns the campaigns of Edward I to subjugate the Welsh and trample over their culture Arany was drawing a parallel here with Austria s treatment of Hungary and the Hungarians It is this poem, than anything else, that has ensured Hungarians are familiar with Wales.His poem Dante is one of those few verses in Western literature that can seize concisely the whole meaning and transcendency of human life Peter Ustinov British actor A few remarkable verses are relatively well translated to English by Watson Kirkconnell published in The Magyar Muse An Anthology of Hungarian Poetry 1400 1932 Kanadai Magyar js g Press, 1933 He is today considered as one of the greatest Hungarian poets beside S ndor Pet fi, Endre Ady, Mikl s Radn ti and Attila J zsef.He was born in Nagyszalonta, Bihar county, Hungary which is now part of Romania, although it still has a Hungarian majority according to the 2002 census He was the youngest of eight children, but because of tuberculosis running in the family, only two of them lived beyond childhood At the time of his birth, his older sister S ra was already married and his parents, Gy rgy Arany and S ra Megyeri, were 60 and 44 years old, respectively J nos Arany learned to read and write early on, and was reported to read anything he could find in Hungarian and Latin Since his parents needed support early in Arany s life, he started working at the age of 14 as an associate teacher.From 1833 he attended the Reformed College of Debrecen where he studied German and French, though he quickly became tired of scholarly life, and temporarily joined an acting troupe Later on, he worked in Nagyszalonta, Debrecen, and Budapest as teacher, newspaper editor, and in various clerk positions.In 1840 he married Julianna Ercsey 1816 1885 They had two children, Julianna, whose early death by pneumonia devastated the poet, and L szl , who also became a poet.In 1845, he won the competition of the Kisfaludy T rsas g a literary society with his writing, Az elveszett alkotm ny The lost constitution in English.After Toldi, one of his most famous works, was published, he and S ndor Pet fi became best friends see their letters To J nos Arany by Pet fi and Reply to Pet fi by Arany His friend s death in the 1848 Hungarian Revolution had a great impact on him.He was employed as a teacher in Nagyk r s, where the local museum is named after him.Arany was elected a member of HungarSee also John Arany, https


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