Kiun el la Sep

Mór Jókai



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FONTO: Jókai, Mór. “Kiun el la Sep,” tradukis Kálmán Kalocsay, en Hungara Antologio, redaktis: Kálmán Kalocsay; kunlaboris Julio Baghy, Károly Bodó, László Halka, Ferenc Szilágyi, Ludwig Totsche (Budapest: Literatura Mondo, 1933), p. 179-184.


Mór Jókai” de Zsuzsa Varga-Haszonits

Mondlingvo de Mór Jókai” de Tivia

Volapuka Lando en Siberio
(Pri "Csalavér" de Mór Jókai)

La Humuro de Jókai” de Pál Balkányi / Mór Jókai

“Flava Rozo” & Kálmán Kalocsay de Éva BENICKÁ

Jókai’s Popularity in Victorian England” by Lóránt Czigány

Futurology, Science Fiction, Utopia, and Alienation
in the Work of Imre Madách, György Lukács, and Other Hungarian Writers:
Select Bibliography

Esperanto & Interlinguistics Study Guide / Retgvidilo pri Esperanto & Interlingvistiko

Alireteje / Offsite:

Mór Jókai @ Ĝirafo

Mór Jókai - Vikipedio

Jókai Mór (Esperanto: biografio @ Babelmatrix)

La du salikoj de Nagyenyed
de Mór Jókai, tradukis Jozefo Horváth

La nova bienulo
(Az új földesúr Eszperantó nyelven)
de Mór Jókai

En la angla:

Mór Jókai - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jókai, Mór (Encyclopedia of Science Fiction)

JÓKAI Mór: The Novel of Next Century (1872 - 1874): Foreword

The Novel of Next Century
(Translated excerpts and chapter by chapter notes on Jókai Mór's early science fiction novel)

Mór Jókai (1825-1904) | The Online Books Page

Jókai, Mór, 1825-1904: Project Gutenberg

Chapter XIII: National Escapism: Jókai
(in A History of Hungarian Literature From the Earliest Times to the mid-1970's)
by Lóránt Czigány


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