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Adolf Ágai (1836–1916)

Ágai, Adolf (ä’goy). A Hungarian humorist; born in 1836; died in 1916. Editor of Borzsem Janko (John Peppercorn), the best Hungarian comic paper. His sketches from society, character drawings of national types, and personal reminiscences, constitute a rare mine of witty ideas and sound humor, clothed in brilliant language.