Kun, AgnesAlternative names
Agnes Kun (January 21, 1915-October 19, 1990), translator and editor, daughter of Bela Kun, wife of Hungarian poet Antal Hidas (12.18.1899-01.22.1980), who in the 1920s immigrated to the Soviet Union. Both Agnes Kun and Antal Hidas went through the Gulag. Kun and Hidas became the main Soviet experts on Hungarian literature. It was under their leadership that many collections of Hungarian poetry were translated and published in the USSR in the 1950s. They returned to Hungary in 1959.
From the guide to the Agnes Kun and Antal Hidas Papers, 1915-1987, (Columbia University. Rare Book and Manuscript Library)
Translator of Russian literature into Hungarian.
From the description of Agnes Kun papers, ca. 1940-1975. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122448209
Agnes Kun was a translator of Russian literature into Hungarian and maintained extensive correspondence with Russian writers.
From the guide to the Kun, Agnes. Papers, ca. 1940-1975, (Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.)
|creatorOf||Kun, Agnes. Agnes Kun and Antal Hidas Papers, 1917-1987.||Columbia University in the City of New York, Bakhmeteff Archive|
|creatorOf||Koppich, Anna. Anna Koppich letters from Auschwitz, 1945 letters notes.||United States Holocaust Memorial Museum|
|creatorOf||Agnes Kun and Antal Hidas Papers, 1915-1987||Columbia University. Rare Book and Manuscript Library,|
|creatorOf||Kun, Agnes. Papers, ca. 1940-1975||Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.|
|creatorOf||Kun, Miklós. Hungarian literary works from the Kun-collection (1875-1975).|
|creatorOf||Kun, Agnes. Agnes Kun papers, ca. 1940-1975.||Stanford University. Department of Special Collections and University Archives|
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|Russian literature--20th century|
|Hungarian literature--20th century|
|Literature--Translations into Russian|