Faludy, György

(b. 1910)
   Hungarian poet. Born in Hungary, he studied in Vienna. In 1938 he left Hungary for France; later he went to Casablanca, and eventually to the US. In 1945 he returned to Hungary and became the literary editor of the Social Democratic daily Nepszava. After the failure of the 1956 uprising, he settled in London where he was editor of Irodalmi Ujsdg. He then lived in Florence, Malta and Toronto. He subse-quently taught Hungarian literature at Columbia University.

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