A propos du bicentenaire de la Révolution Française
Trois poètes-traducteurs hongrois enthousiastes de la Révolution Française
To the Bicentenary of the French Revolution The Bicentenary of the events of the French Revolution, 1789 is considered as a national jubilee of France, but the Declaration of Human Rights, the basis of the French Constitution merits commemoration on international level. From Hungary three poets-translators, who are enthusiasts of the French Revolution, are presented: Ferenc Verseghy, translator of La Marseillaise, Jânos Batsânyi, translator of Napoleon's appeal to the Hungarians, and Sândor Petôfi.
Published online: 01 January 1990