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Illona Beniczky-Bajza (1840–1905)

Beniczky-Bajza, Illona (ben-is’skē-bī’tsä). A Hungarian novelist; born in Budapest, in June 1840; died in 1905. Daughter of the critic Joseph Bajza, and one of the most prolific writers of Hungary. Her most noteworthy works are: ‘Prejudice and Enlightenment’ (1872); ‘It is She’ (1888); ‘Martha’ (1890); ‘The Mountain Fairy’ (1890).