Alfred Reynolds

Died aged c. 86

Alfred Reynolds (born Reinhold Alfréd; 13 December 1907, Budapest – 23 December 1993, London) was a writer on social and religious topics. He is known in Hungary principally as a poet and for his publication of poems by Miklós Radnóti and others in the 1930s, and in England for his leadership of the Bridge Circle, post-1945.

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Alfred Reynolds Hungarian poet and philosopher lived here 1980-1993.

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