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Mór Jókai

Life: 1825-1904

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Timar's Two Worlds, [en]

Carinus
Historiallinen novelli, [fi] 1875

Pakolaisen päiväkirja
Sotatunnelmia vuosista 1848 ja 1849, [fi] 1877

Rakkaita sukulaisia, [fi] 1879

Pretty Michal, [en] 1892

Jocus és Momus, [hu] 1893

Eyes Like the Sea, [en] 1894

Black Diamonds
[Fekete gyémántok], [en] 1896

Peter the Priest, [en] 1897

The Green Book
Freedom Under the Snow, [en] 1897

The Golden Age in Transylvania
[Midst the Wild Carpathians], [en] 1898

The Lion of Janina
The Last Days of the Janissaries, [en] 1898

The Tower of Dago, [en] 1899

Stories by Foreign Authors: Polish, Greek, Belgian, Hungarian, [en] 1900

The Baron's Sons
A Romance of the Hungarian Revolution of 1848, [en] 1900

Halil the Pedlar
A Tale of Old Stambul, [en] 1901

The Corsair King, [en] 1901

Told by the Death's Head
A Romantic Tale, [en] 1902

The Yellow Rose, [en] 1912

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