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Gábor Görgey

Gábor Görgey
Minister of Culture of Hungary
In office
27 May 2002 – 18 May 2003
Preceded by Zoltán Rockenbauer
Succeeded by István Hiller
Personal details
Born (1929-11-22)22 November 1929
Kingdom of Hungary
Political party Independent
Profession novelist, director, poet, politician
The native form of this personal name is Görgey Gábor. This article uses the Western name order.

Gábor Görgey (born as Artúr Görgey on 22 November 1929) is a Hungarian writer, poet, director and politician, who served as Minister of Culture between 2002 and 2003. He is a descendant of the freedom fighter General Artúr Görgey who served as Minister of War during the Hungarian Revolution of 1848.



  • Füst és fény (poems, 1956)
  • Délkör (poems, 1963)
  • Köszönöm, jól (poems, 1970)
  • Alacsony az Ararát (plays, 1971)
  • Légifolyosó (poems, 1977)
  • Munkavilágítás (essays, 1984)
  • A díva bosszúja (short stories, 1988)
  • Nők szigete (poems, 1990)
  • Mindig újabb kutyák jönnek (novel, 1991)
  • Eszkimó nyár (poems, 1993)
  • Utolsó jelentés Atlantiszról (novel, 2000)

His first drama, the Komámasszony, hol a stukker? brought significant successes. It was shown in the United States too.


  • Tanulmány Görgey Gábor művészetéről
  • Görgey Gábor életrajza a
Political offices
Preceded by
Zoltán Rockenbauer
Minister of Culture
Succeeded by
István Hiller

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