Erno Polgar

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Erno Polgar

Ernő Polgár (born Ernö Csupity; 27 January 1954 in Bácsalmás[1]) is a Radnoti Prize-winning[2] Nagy Lajos Prize-winning In 2007 he won the one of the highest Hungarian prizes:(Knight’s Cross of the Order of the Republic of Hungary) He was nominated for Nobel Prize in Literature in 2017 for the year of 2018. World literary rank Hungarian-european[3] author, editor, littérateur and dramaturgist.[4] From 2018 he is living in Borneo Island, Brunei Kingdom in his "writing house".

Life[edit]

He attended the secondary grammar school Janos Hunyadi[5] and did his final exams there in 1972. He worked as a librarian and graduated at the University of Theatre and Film Arts as a dramaturgist.[6] Between 1972 and 1976 he worked as a librarian in the National Széchényi Library then became an editor for the Hungarian Radio Corporation.[7] From 1979 he worked as a dramaturgist for the Madach Theatre (hu)[8] then between 1997 and 1998 worked as Head of Registrars Department at the University of Theatre and Film Arts.[9]

Literary carrier[edit]

Ernő Polgár is a well known writer. He was nominated for Nobel Prize in Literature. He received the Radnóti Anti-Racism Award 2014[10]

The readers can find the different manifestations of the anti-Semitism in his works[11][12] This sentence makes it sound like his writing is anti-semitic, which doesn't make sense given the preceding sentence noting that he won an award for not being racist. Ernő Polgar's philosophy is, “the measure of the civilization are the respect for ancestors and humanism.”[13][14] He started writing as a child for the journal The People of Petofi.[15][16] His sociography titled “The Lodgers” was published in the magazine Budapest (hu) in 1975. He won the scholarship of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences[17] in 1981, the Soros Fellowship[18] in 1983 and the Scholarship of Pro Cultura Hungariae in 1998[19] He has been a free-lance writer since 1998. Between 2000 and 2003 he was the head of Blue Shop Online Gallery and Digital Publisher and chairman of the supervisory board of www.hun-info.hu online media agency. From 2002 he was the secretary and later chairman of the Prose Section of the Hungarian Writers' Union.[20]

Since 2004 he has been the member of the Society of Belletrists (hu),[21] managing literary programs: “Nights in Lipotvaros” (Club Gallery, Ujlipotvaros), “Encounters” and “Frankel Nights”. Member of the Hungarian P.E.N. Club[22] and the National Association of Hungarian Artists (MAOE), chairman of the Association of [23] Humanist Writers (HIT) and secretary general of the Barankovics Jewish Workshop In 2007 he won the one of the highest Hungarian prizes:[24] Magyar Köztarsasagi Erdemrend Lovagkereszt (Knight’s Cross of the Order of the Republic of Hungary)

Erno Polgar in Bali

Works[edit]

  • 1983 (Hullámsír, Hazatérők, Ady) Davy Jones' locker, Coming home, Ady (drama) Drama “Ady” was presented by the Children`s Theatre, Budapest[25]
  • 1985 (Túl az Egyenlítőn) Beyond the Equator (drama) Presented by Madach Theatre, Budapest
  • 1991 (Randevú Bangkokban) Rendezvous in Bangkok, Convicted, Fire walkers (drama)
  • 1992 (A sárga csillagok nyomában) In the wake of the yellow stars (sociography)
  • 1994 (Isten madárkái) Birdies of God (film)
  • 1994 (Légy a feleségem!) Be my wife! (short stories)
  • 1994 (A Philemopn fedélzetén a világkörül) On board Philemon around the world (travelogue)
  • 1994 (Lótuszvirág) Lotus (stories from the Far East)
  • 1997 (A sárga csillagok nyomában) In the wake of the yellow stars (Ghetto in the Hungarian Meridian. Second extended edition
  • 1997 (Egy asszony második élete) The second life of a woman (non-fiction)[26]
  • 1999 (Szerelmek) Love stories (novel)
  • 2000 (A Szent István parki fák) The trees in St Stephen`s Park (short story)[27]
  • 2000 (Színészek és színésznők bűvöletében) Under the spell of actors and actresses[28]
  • 2001 (Civilizációk nyomában) In the wake of civilizations (cultural history)
  • 2001 (Az iszlám világ titkai) The secrets of the Islamic world (CD-ROM)
  • 2002 (Az istenek szigete) The isle of gods (novel)
  • 2002 Under the spell of seas and continents (essay, digital edition)
  • 2003 (Káma szolgája) The servant of Kama (novel)
  • 2004 (Halálos csók) Lethal kiss (short stories)[29][30]
Erno Polgar in India

Works published in lifework edition[edit]

  • 2005 (Hogyan lettem anya) How I became a mother (non-fiction)
  • 2005 (A kultúrák eredete) The origin of cultures and their archetypes. Introduction to the world of myths and symbols (cultural history)
  • 2006 (Kleopátra vitorlása) The sailing boat of Cleopatra. Gastronomic tours. (cultural history)
  • 2006 (Egy asszony második élete) The second life of a woman (non-fiction, 4th edition)
  • 2007 (Nomádok vágtája) Gallop of the nomads (short stories)
  • 2007 (Az iszlám világ titkai) The secrets of the Islamic world (cultural history, 2nd revised edition)
  • 2008 (Óceánia) Oceania (cultural history)
  • 2009 (A gyertya becsukta a szemét, Mama!) Mum, the candle shut its eyes! (non-fiction)
  • 2009 (India és más világok) India and other worlds (cultural history)
  • 2010 (Zsidok, kotródjatok!) Jews, shove off! Exile to Babylon
  • 2011 (Gasztronómiai ABC) ABC of the culinary history
  • 2012 (Facebook love) Facebook of love (chat stories)
  • 2012 (Száműzetés Babilonba) Exile to Babylon (Chapters from the life and traditions of the Jewish). (novel)
  • 2013 (Indiai Dekameron)Decameron of India (novel)
  • 2013 (Újlipótvárosi séták)Walks in Ujlipotvaros (Tracking memorial plaques). (cultural history)
  • 2014 (Isten madárkái) The birdies of God (selected novels)
  • 2015 (Korok-Diszletek-Emberek) Times-Sceneries-People (Cultural history)
Erno Polgar doing a dedication

Works published online[edit]

  • 2010 (Újlipótvárosi séták) Walks in Ujlipotvaros (cultural history)
  • 2012 (Indiai dekameron) Decameron of India (online edition) (novel)
  • 2012 (A XX. század, ahonnan érkeztünk) The 20th century from where we have arrived
  • 2013 (Tengerek és szárazföldek nyomában) Under the spell of seas and continents (online edition) (travelogue)
  • 2013 (Isten madárkái) The birdies of God (selected stories) (online edition)
  • 2013 (Korok-díszletek-emberek)Eras – scenes – people. The culture of thousand years. (selected novels) (online edition)
  • 2013 (Számüzetés Babilonba – Fejezetek a zsidó nép életéből és hagyományaiból)Exile to Babylon (Chapters from the life and traditions of the Jewish)
  • 2014 (Holocaust – Getto a Délvidéken)Holocaust
  • 2014 (Zsidó) (Jew) (Drama)
  • 2014 Jenseits und Diesseits der irdische Bühne Übersetzerin: Klara Kohlhepp[31]
  • 2015 LE ORIGINI E LE IMMAGINI PRIMORDIALI DELLE CULTURE (Italian edition)
  • 2015 Saloon Clotilde Translated by Anna Feuer
  • 2016 Polgar Erno Written by Cserenyi Rita
  • 2016 Sulle orme delle civiltà - Camminata attraverso la Valle di Neander fino

all'Internet (Traduzione di Kati Szasz) http://mek.oszk.hu/16300/16364/

E-BOOKS (HUNGARIAN ELECTRONIC LIBRARY)[edit]

http://mek.oszk.hu/kereses.mhtml?dc_creator=polgar+erno&dc_title=&dc_subject=&sort=rk_szerzo%2Crk_uniform&id=&Image3.x=22&Image3.y=12

Books[edit]

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Knight’s Cross of the Order of the Republic of Hungary

References[edit]

  1. ^ Magyar Irodalom Evkonyve Budapest, 2003. 152. o. ISBN 963 9373 64 8
  2. ^ " http://www.demokrata.info/velemenyek-publicisztika/724-konyvegetes"
  3. ^ "(International Who is who "(MTI ki kicsoda) 2009. Szerk. Hermann Péter. Budapest: Magyar Távirati Iroda. 2008. ISBN 978-963-1787-283 Ki kicsoda Greger-Biograf Bp. 2000. 1298 oldal
  4. ^ http://www.szepiroktarsasaga.hu/tagjaink/Polg%C3%A1r_Ern%C3%B4
  5. ^ "A bacsalmasi Hunyadi Janos Gimnazium evfordulos evkonyve" 1953–1993. Bacsalmas, 1993. 35-36. o. ISBN 963 04 3027 4
  6. ^ "http://www.litera.hu/szemely/Polgar-Erno"
  7. ^ "Who´s who in Europe London, 2003. ISBN 92-890-1348-6"
  8. ^ "Scenes of Hungarian Theatres International Theater Institute" Ed. György Lehel Bp. 1981. ISBN 963 691 029 4
  9. ^ "Hübners Who is Who" CH-6304Zug, 2005. ISBN 3-7290-0051-9
  10. ^ "Cserenyi Rita: Polgar Erno Eletpalya, muvei es repertorium in Zsidok, kotródjatok! Jews, shove off! Exile to Babylon" Bp. 2010. 449-719. o. ISBN 978-963-9864-10-8
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  12. ^ http://mek.oszk.hu/12600/12682/index.phtml
  13. ^ "http://hegedus.bzsh.hu/web/index.php/magunkrol/koerzetuenk-mveszei.html"
  14. ^ Tom Barat (New York)
  15. ^ "Yearbook of the Hungarian Literature (A magyar irodalom evkonyve)" 2002. Bp. 2003. page no. 152. ISBN 963 9373 64 8
  16. ^ "Contemporary hungarian writers (Kortars magyar irok)" 1945–1997 Bp. Enciklopedia Edition, 1998. I. A-J II. K-Z ISBN 963 8477 31 8
  17. ^ "Who´s who in Europe" London, 2003. ISBN 92-890-1348-6
  18. ^ "Hübners Who is Who" CH-6304Zug, 2005. ISBN 3-7290-0051-9
  19. ^ "Yearbook of the Hungarian Literature" (A magyar irodalom evkonyve) 2002. Bp. 2003. page no. 152. ISBN 963 9373 64 8
  20. ^ "http://www.irodalmijelen.hu/05242013-1001/keleti-izek-beszelgetes-polgar-ernovel"
  21. ^ "http://www.spanyolnatha.hu/archivum/tata/17/szepirodalom/polgar-erno/924"
  22. ^ "http://www.pen-hungary.eu/tagok/ (Members of the International PEN CLUB)"
  23. ^ "Cserenyi Rita: Polgar Erno Eletpalya, muvei es repertorium in Zsidok, kotródjatok! Jews, shove off! Exile to Babylon" Bp. 2010. 449-719. o. ISBN 978-963-9864-10-8
  24. ^ "http://douglas.shopline.hu/search/authorProducts!page.action?author=polgar-erno&pageStart=20&pageLength=80"
  25. ^ "Lang Jozsef: Polgar Erno in Hullámsír, Hazatérők, Ady" Bp. 1983. 139-141. ISBN 963 422 555 1
  26. ^ "http://www.kubon-sagner.com/opac.html?record=u8146"
  27. ^ "https://www.amazon.co.uk/Books-Erno-Polg%C3%A1r/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A266239%2Cp_27%3AErno%20Polg%C3%A1r" (Erno Polgar´s book in England)
  28. ^ "Who´s who in Europe" London, 2003. ISBN 92-890-1348-6
  29. ^ "https://openlibrary.org/authors/OL1252631A/Polga%CC%81r_Erno%CC%8B."
  30. ^ "http://www.odrportal.hu/kereso/index.php?stype=author&q=%22Polg%C3%A1r+Ern%C5%91%22&pageNo=1&lastStart=0&rpp=50"
  31. ^ "http://mek.oszk.hu/html/vgi/kereses/keresesujgy_e.phtml?tip=gyors"

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