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FEKETE, JOSEPH:

Hungarian journalist; born in Kecskemét Nov. 19, 1854; studied law at Berlin and Leipsic. At the latter city he founded the critical review "Deutsche Reichslaterne." In 1884 he went to Budapest, where, together with Josef Hevesi, he edited the "Magyar Szalon," a monthly, of which he later (1891) became sole editor. He published the following works: "Az Esküdtszéki Intèzmenyröl" (1884); "A Magyar Nemzet Gazdasàgi Törtènete" (1887); "Magyar Festök Mütermeiben" (1894); etc. Fekete is a convert to Christianity.

Bibliography:
  • Szinnyei, Magyar Irók Tára;
  • Pallas Lex.
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