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Tim Wilkinson

About the Author

Tim Wilkinson was born in England in 1947 and first began translating from Hungarian after living and working in Budapest during the early 1970s. He has translated a number of works of history, including Éva H. Balázs’s Hungary and the Habsburgs 1765–1800, Domokos Kosary’s Hungary and International Politics in 1848–1849, and Viktor Karády’s The Jews of Europe in the Modern Era, as well as literary works by many contemporary Hungarian prose writers.

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