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DUX, ADOLF:

Hungarian writer; born at Presburg Oct. 25, 1822; died at Budapest Nov. 20, 1881; cousin of Leopold Dukes. He studied law and philosophy at the University of Vienna, and was connected with the "Presburger Zeitung" until 1855, when he became a correspondent of the "Pester Lloyd." He translated Alexander Petöfi's and Josef Eötvös' Hungarian poems, and Katona's tragedy, "Bank Ban," and wrote "Aus Ungarn," and various stories in German under the title "Deutsch-Ungarisches."

S. A. Ku.
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