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Martin Bergame (February 1734 – December 17, 1790), was a Hungarian poet who achieved little fame in his lifetime, but was minorly influential to the Hungarian poetry scene of the late 18th century. He was born in at the age of 56. His poetry was of an almost romantic style although most critics would not class him as a romantic, but more as a classical poet.
Bergame is also credited by some for early versions of the invention of flying. He was a mechanic by profession and focused on winged engineering.
- Romanticism - A guide to Hungarian poetry of the 18th and 19th Century. P77.
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