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Ferenc Császár (1807–1858)

Császár, Ferenc (chä’zär). A Hungarian poet (1807–58). His ‘Poems,’ mostly sonnets in the Italian style, and nautical songs, entitle him to a place among poets. He translated several works of Alfieri, Beccaria, Silvio Pellico, and other Italian writers, into Hungarian.