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ARANYI, MIKSA:

Hungarian writer; born at Trencsén, May 13, 1858. He graduated from the university in Budapest, and was sent to Paris by the secretary of state for education to finish his studies. He returned to Budapest in 1884, where he edited the "Gazette de Hongrie" till 1887. He translated several economic works from Hungarian into French, and up to the year 1901 was deputy to the Hungarian Diet. The German family name is Aufrecht.

Bibliography:
  • Szinnyei Magyar Irók Tára, i.;
  • Országyülési Almanach, 1897.
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