László Németh

Hungarian writer

1901   -   1975

genre: essay, novel
country of citizenship: Hungary, Austria-Hungary
language of expression: Hungarian
occupation: translator, dentist, playwright, literary critic, prosaist, opinion journalist, poet
award received: Kossuth Prize, Herder Prize, Order of the Badge of Honour

László Németh (18 April 1901 – 3 March 1975) was a Hungarian dentist, writer, dramatist and essayist. He was born in Nagybánya the son of József Németh (1873–1946) and Vilma Gaál (1879–1957). Over the Christmas of 1925, he married Ella Démusz (1905–1989), the daughter of János Démusz, a keeper of a public house. Between 1926 and 1944 they had six daughters, but two of them died in infancy. In 1959 he visited the Soviet Union. In the last part of his life he lived and worked in Tihany. He died from a stroke on 3 March 1975 in Budapest and was buried in Farkasréti Cemetery, Budapest, where he shares a grave with his wife.
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Vozy v září

kniha nakladatelství Odeon z roku 1967

author: László Németh


Németh László regénye (1965)

author: László Németh


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