The Pendragon Legend

The author's first novel, originally published in 1934, set in a castle in North Wales, host to all the conventions required of isolated castles of Wales and elsewhere. Translated from the Hungarian by Lili Halapy and inscribed by her to Peter Brook in Budapest in 1964. Pushkin Press have been successfully republishing the idiosyncratic Hungarian author's works in the last few years.

Publisher: Corvina Press. First English edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: Budapest
Very good in dustwrapper chipped along the edges


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