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Ferenc Molnar *

a.k.a. Ferenc Neumann

Author Code: OFMX

Born: Jan. 12, 1878 - Budapest, Hungary

Died: Apr. 1, 1952 - New York City, New York, USA

The son of a famous Hungarian physician, Molnar studied law in Budapest and Geneva and then joined the editorial staff of Budapesti naplo, a Budapest newspaper. It was at this time that he adopted his pseudonym of Molnar. He published his first novel, The Hungry City, in 1900. In 1907, his novel The Paul Street Boys was a critical success and established Molnar's literary reputation. He served briefly as a war correspondent during the First World War and his accounts were collected in The Diary of a War Correspondent in 1916. Molnar was also a prolific playwright, producing such well-known plays as The Swan (1921) - later to be filmed with Grace Kelly, The Play's the Thing (1926) and The Good Fairy (1930). Molnar emigrated to the United States in 1940 in order to escape the Nazis and remained in America until his death. His works include The Devil (1907), Fashions for Men (1916), The Glass Slipper (1924), Harmony (1933), Delilah (1938), Waxworks (1942), The Blue-Eyed Lady (1942), Farewell My Heart (1945) and Companion in Exile (1950).

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