Jokai Mor (Jokai Mor)( Hungarian writer.)
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Born February 18, 1825 in Komц¦rom. Following the release of the first novel by a twenty Jokai friends with S. Petofi (1823-1849) and became his ally in the revolutionary struggles in 1848. After the suppression of the revolutionary movement for several years in hiding, then was pardoned. In 1861 he was elected to the parliament, remained a deputy until 1896. In 1863 he founded the influential political newspaper, 'Hong' ( 'Fatherland'), and subsequently became a leading figure in Hungarian literary life. An exceptionally prolific writer, Jokai created more than 110 books of novels, short stories, plays and poems, delighting readers of its romantic pathos hearted humor, and mastery of narrative and colorful descriptions
. The most significant novels Jokai - The Golden Age of Transylvania (Erdly aranykora, . 1852), . Hungarian nabob (Egy magyar nbob, . 1854), . The new landowner (Az j fldesr, . 1862), . Black diamonds (Fekete gymntok, . 1870), . Golden man (Az arany ember, . 1872), . The lady with the eyes, . as the sea (A tengerszem hlgy, . 1890), . Brother GyцTrgy (Frter Gyrgy, . 1893),
. Jokai died in Budapest on 5 May 1904.