Thomas Ország-Land

Thomas Ország-Land is a poet and a foreign correspondent based in Eastern Europe. He is also a Jewish survivor of the Holocaust and the 1944-45 siege of Budapest. He participated in the 1956 Hungarian Uprising as a young journalist on the staff of A Magyar Függetlenség. His many books include Tales of Matriarchy, Berlin Proposal, Prince Bluebeard's Castle (a translation of the libretto of Bartók's opera) and Deathmarch: Holocaust Poetry Translated from the Hungarian of Miklós Radnóti.

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