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Kornél Ábrányi (1849–1913)

Ábrányi, Kornél (o’brän-yē). A Hungarian poet, novelist, and publicist; born in Budapest, Dec. 31, 1849; died in 1913; brother of Emil. As a member of the Hungarian Diet and as editor of the Pesti Naplo, he is an important political figure in Hungary. His poems are mainly of a political tendency, and his novels deal with the problem of matrimony. ‘The Infallible,’ a comedy, and the fictions ‘The Husband’s Philosophy’; ‘Who Is the Stronger?’; ‘The Only Remedy against Deceit,’ and ‘Memoirs’ are best known.