King Matthias’ Willow Branch
April 9, 2021
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Hungarian Living
Hungarian Living
King Matthias' Willow Branch
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In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast I read a Hungarian folk tale that my mom translated into English. She loved writing, especially for children. She really wanted to publish a book of Hungarian folk tales translated into English and was working on it in the 1960’s.

I am compiling these in honor of my mom and as a treasure to give my brothers and their children as well as my children and grandchildren. It’s an exciting project!

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