Hevesy György 1913-ban (forrás: Wikimedia Commons)
László Krasznahorkai is a Hungarian writer. In 1993, his novel The Melancholy of Resistance received the German “Bestenliste-Prize” for the best literary work of the year. W. G. Sebald said: “The universality of Krasznahorkai's vision rivals that of Gogol's Dead Souls and far surpasses all the lesser concerns of contemporary writing.”
As one who loves music, comody, and old movies, and to put all three together, you get the best in the world, Mr. Jerry Lewis!
Jeffrey Tambor, actor... A quote: "I come from a Hungarian Russian background," he says while perusing the menu for something low-fat. "Their way of showing love was food and the amount of food. The motto of our family was 'Did you eat? What did you eat? When are you going to eat?' It's that European culture.