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Hungarian Poetry

From The Poems Emerges A Nation’s Love Of Freedom With The Breath And Depth Of Humanity Impossible Not To Respond To.


The Age Of The Individual

Not Even To Become Keenly Aware Of Your Own Vulnerable Humanity, As You Feel Connected To Another Being. No, It's For All Of The Above.


About Frank Veszely:

Born in Kispest, a suburb of Budapest in 1936, the author prepared himself to become “his nations next great poet,” but found himself without a country and without a language following his participation in the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. Coming to Canada in 1957, he abandoned poetry for a long while, becoming an English speaking Canadian and a career school teacher. 

Frank Veszely on The Spotlight Network TV with Logan Crawford

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