What You Have Almost Forgotten: Selected Poems
Gyula Illyes, one of Hungary's greatest poets of the twentieth century, died in 1983 a few months after his eightieth birthday. Throughout his life he drew inspiration, as did Bela Bartok in music, from his Hungarian roots. Like Robert Frost in New England and Robert Burns in Scotland, Illyes came from the common people. He gave the land a voice both in his poetry and in his memoir of peasant life, People of the Puszta, the translation of which into many languages brought him world renown.
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what You Have Almost Forgotten Szerelem
The Wonder Castle Kacsalbon forgd var
Fatherland in the Heights Haza a magasban
Do You Remember Emldkszel
On Seeing the Reformation Monument Geneva
A Sentence for Tyranny Egy mondat a zsamoksagrol
Charons Boat Khron ladikja