András Sütő (1090 words)

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András Sütő (1927-2006), a Transylvanian Hungarian writer, whose name became associated with the fight for individual and collective rights of national minorities in communist Romania, was born into a peasant family in the small Transylvanian village of Pusztakamarás/ Cămăraşu, Cluj County, Romania. He studied at the renowned Gábor Bethlen College in Aiud and then at the Reformate Highschool in Cluj-Napoca, where he began writing before he started his studies in directing at Szentgyörgyi István Theater Academy in the same town. After a short period of time spent in Bucharest as editor of Falvak Népe [Village Folk], he settled in Târgu-Mureş, where he lived and wrote most of his works. Sütő claimed that his …

Citation: Cristian, Réka. "András Sütő". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 11 December 2014 [https://www.litencyc.com/php/speople.php?rec=true&UID=13451, accessed 29 November 2020.]

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