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Rózsa Ignácz

RÓZSA IGNÁCZ (Kovászna, 1909 – Budapest, 1979), actress, writer, translator. Between 1931 and 1939 she was a member of the National Theatre in Budapest. From 1939 to 1940 she worked as Paris correspondent of the Budapest Theatrical Magazine. From 1945 to 1947 she was editor for the Főváros Publishers, later editor of the religious weekly Református Élet. Since her novels spoke about the tribulations of the Hungarians in Moldova, Bukovina and Transylvania, they were banned after the war and could not be published until 1957. Prizes include: Ferenc József Prize (1942).

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