\pˈal d͡ʒjˈuːla͡ɪ], \pˈal dʒjˈuːlaɪ], \p_ˈa_l dʒ_j_ˈuː_l_aɪ]\
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A Hungarian poet and critic; born at Klausenburg in 1826. He began as a journalist. Later he was made professor of Hungarian literature at the University of Buda-Pesth. His works include "The Life of Vorosmarty", "Memorial Addresses", and many literary studies and criticisms. His collected poems appeared in 1867, in a volume entitled "Sketches and Pictures". For many years past he has been at work upon a satirical poem scathing the present age and its follies, called "Romhanyi" and modeled upon Byron. He edits the Buda-Pesth Szemle, a monthly magazine.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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