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Harsányi Zsolt (January 27, 1887- November 29, 1943), also Zsolt von Harsanyi or de Harsanyi, was a prolific and renowned Hungarian author, dramatist, translator, and writer.
Born in Korompa, Upper Hungary (modern day Slovakia; Krompachy in Slovakian), Harsányi descended from a long line of Hungarian writers. At seventeen years of age, he received a student award from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. His long career produced hundreds of dramatic and literary works, including short and full-length plays, musical comedies, and historical fiction novels.
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