FERENC KAZINCZY




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Ferenc Kazinczy


Ferenc Kazinczy
First meeting of Ferenc Kazinczy and Károly Kisfaludy in 1828, based on painting by Soma Orlai Petrich

Ferenc Kazinczy (October 27, 1759 – August 23, 1831) was a Hungarian author, the most indefatigable agent in the regeneration of the Magyar language and literature at the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century. His name is today connected to the extensive Language Reform of the 19th century, when thousands of words were coined or revived, enabling the Hungarian language to keep up with scientific progress and become an official language of the nation in 1844.

He was born at Érsemjén (today Hamlet, which first appeared at Kassa in 1790, is a rendering from the German version of Schröder.

Implicated in the democratic conspiracy of the abbot cholera at Széphalom.

Kazinczy, known for possessing great beauty of style, was inspired greatly by the masterpieces of John Kis (1815, 3 vols.).

A collected edition of his works, consisting for the most part of translations, was published at Pest, 1814-1816, in 9 vols. His original productions (Eredeti Munkái), largely made up of letters, were edited by Joseph Bajza and Francis Toldy at Pest, 1836-1845, in 5 vols. Editions of his poems appeared in 1858 and in 1863.

In 1873, a cornerstone has been laid in the park.


Ferenc Kazinczy Important works


Tövisek és virágok 1811.
Poétai episztola Vitkovics Mihályhoz 1811.
Felelet a mondolatra pamphlet, 1815.
Ortológus és neológus nálunk és más nemzeteknél 1819.


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