György Faludy

György Faludy, sometimes anglicized as George Faludy, was a Hungarian poet, writer and translator. Wikipedia

  • Born:  György Bernát József Leimdörfer, September 22, 1910, Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary
  • Died:  September 01, 2006, Budapest, Hungary
  • Resting place:  Kerepesi Cemetery
  • Occupation:  Writer, poet, translator
  • Language:  Hungarian
  • Nationality:  Hungarian
  • Citizenship:  Hungarian, Canadian
  • Education:  Fasori Gimnázium, University of Vienna (1928–1930), Humboldt University of Berlin (1930–31)
  • Notable works:  My Happy Days in Hell, Translations of Villon's ballads
  • Notable awards:  Kossuth Award
  • Years active:  1937–2006
  • Spouse:  Zsuzsanna Szegő (1953–1963), Katalin Fatime "Fanni" Kovács (2002–2006)
  • Partner:  Eric Johnson (1966–2002)
  • Children:  Andrew Faludy
  • Relatives:  Alexander Faludy (grandson)
  • Data source:  DuckDuckGo
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