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Series: Magyar Remekírók

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Báró Balassa Bálint és Gróf Zrínyi Miklós munkái by Balassa Bálint - Zrínyi Miklós1
Pázmány Péter munkáiból by Péter Pázmány2
Kuruc Költészet by Erdélyi Pál4
Csokonai Vitéz Mihály munkáiból by Mihály Csokonai Vitéz8
Kármán József és Berzsenyi Dániel munkáiból by József Kármán9
Deák Ferenc munkáiból I. by Ferenc Deák18
Deák Ferenc munkáiból II. by Ferenc Deák19
Czuczor Gergely munkái by Gergely Czuczor21
Vörösmarty Mihály munkái VI. by Mihály Vörösmarty27
Bajza József munkái by József Bajza28
Báró Eötvös József munkáiból II. by József Eötvös31
Petőfi Sándor munkái II. by Sándor Petőfi34
Petőfi Sándor munkái IV. by Sándor Petőfi36
Tompa Mihály munkái II. by Mihály Tompa38
Tompa Mihály munkái IV. by Mihály Tompa40
Arany János munkái IV. by János Arany44
Szigligeti Ede színművei II. by Ede Szigligeti48
Arany László munkái by László Arany52
Magyar népdalok by Sándor Endrődi54

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