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Árpád Berczik (1842–1919)

Berczik, Árpád (bār-sēk’). A Hungarian dramatist; born at Temesvar, 1842; died in 1919. He studied at the University of Pesth, and almost immediately upon his graduation became distinguished for his writings. Dramatic criticism and comedy are his congenialities; ‘Public Affairs,’ ‘The Veterans,’ and ‘In the Czechs’ Country,’ three very diverting plays, bringing him his greatest fame.