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George Jonas

GEORGE JONAS (Budapest, 1935) is a Hungarian-born Canadian writer, poet and journalist, describing himself as a classical liberal. His works include Vengeance (1984), the story of an Israeli operation to kill the terrorists responsible for the 1972 Munich massacre. The book was adapted for two films, Sword of Gideon (1986) and Munich (2005). Jonas worked as a radio producer in Budapest before escaping to the West after the fall of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. He worked for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as a script editor and producer. He worked as a columnist for the Toronto Sun from 1981 to 2001, when he moved to the National Post where he remains a regular contributor. He has written 16 books, one play, and two operas. His latest book, The Jonas Variations (2012), includes his translations from the classical poems of many languages.


15 May 2013

Chapters 5 and 6
14 May 2012

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