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Emil Ábrányi (1851–1920)

Ábrányi, Emil (o’brän-yē). A Hungarian poet; born in Budapest, 1851; died in 1920; brother of Kornél. He was a representative of the cosmopolitan tendency in poetry, his verse being published under the collective title ‘Home of Freedom’ (1888). He translated into Hungarian, Byron’s ‘Manfred’ and ‘Don Juan.’