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Gergely Csiky (1842–1891)

Csiky, Gergely (chēk’ē). A Hungarian dramatist (1842–91); born at Budapest. He wrote several very successful comedies, among them ‘The Oracle’ and ‘Suspicion.’ His tragedies also—‘Janus,’ ‘Spartacus,’ ‘The Magician’—were received with great popular favor. He wrote several novels, and translated plays of Sophocles, Euripides, Plautus, Molière, and British dramatists.