- Language: Hungarian
- Release date: 1919
- Publisher: Kultúra [Culture], Budapest
- Pages: 208
Bucsuztató – Halotti ének az Osztrák-Magyar Monarkia fölött. [Original Title in German: Nachruf.] [by] Kraus, Karl
Translated by: Gyula Szini. /Károlyi-könyvtár I./
Budapest, 1919. Kultúra [Culture]. 208 p. First, Hungarian edition.
Publishing paperback. Cover designed by Biró, Mihály (1886 -1948). Chipped at edges, corners bumped. Pages yellowed due to ageing. Spine restored at tail. Overall in good condition. It is included: The Letter of Kultúra [Culture] Publisher. Date: Budapest, March 11, 1919 1 page entered.
Karl Kraus (1874–1936) Austrian journalist, writer. One of the most important German-language satirist of the 20th century. His critical newspaper “Die Fackel” (The Torch) was founded in 1899 that he continued to direct until his death. Kraus’ satiric essay about the fall of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Biró, Mihály (1886 – 1948) Biró is internationally considered as the founder of the political poster art, he is world-famous for his revolutionary designs from the 1910s. His works had great impact on the next generations of poster artists and his contemporaries all over Europe and the USA.
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