Ervin Lázár

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Lázár in Budapest, June 22, 1989
The native form of this personal name is Lázár Ervin. This article uses the Western name order.

Ervin Lázár (May 5, 1936 – December 22, 2006) was a Hungarian author. Although he wrote a novel (A fehér tigris (The White Tiger), 1971) and a number of short stories, he is best known for his tales and stories for children.

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This is a list of books written by Ervin Lázár, with literal translations of their titles:

  • A kisfiú meg az oroszlánok (1964, The Little Boy and the Lions)
  • Csonkacsütörtök (1966, Short Thursday)
  • Egy lapát szén Nellikének (1969, A Shovel-full of Coal for Nelli)
  • Buddha szomorú (1973 Buddha Is Sad)
  • A fehér tigris (novel, 1971, The White Tiger)
  • A Hétfeju Tündér (children's stories, 1973, The Seven-Headed Fairy)
  • Berzsián és Dideki (children's stories, 1979, Berzsián and Dideki)
  • Gyere haza, Mikkamakka (children's novel, 1980, Come Home, Mikkimakka)
  • A Masoko Köztársaság (1981, The Masoko Republic)
  • Szegény Dzsoni és Árnika (children's story, 1981, Poor Dzsoni and Árnika)
  • A négyszögletu kerek erdo (children's novel, 1985, The Square Circular Wood)
  • Bab Berci kalandjai (children's novel, 1989, The Adventures of Berci Bab)
  • A Franka cirkusz (radio stories, 1990, The Franka Circus)
  • A manógyár (children's stories, 1994, The Dwarf Factory)
  • Hét szeretőm (short stories, 1994, My Seven Lovers)
  • Csillagmajor (short stories, 1996, Csillag Manor)
  • Kisangyal (short stories, 1997, Little Angel)
  • Hapci király (short stories, 1998, King Atishoo)
  • Lehel kürtje (short stories, Lehel's Horn)

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