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Alfred Polgar (originally: Alfred Polak, pseudonyms: Archibald Douglas, L. A. Terne; born 17 October 1873 – 24 April 1955, Zürich) was an Austrian-born journalist, born into an assimilated Jewish family, one of the most renowned intellectuals of the Vienna coffeehouses. He was born in Leopoldstadt. He left Austria in 1938, and later worked in Hollywood. He was known as a drama critic (in Berlin from 1925 to 1933), and as an essayist. He died in Zurich.

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  • アルフレート・ポルガー
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  • Польгар, Альфред
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  • Alfred Polgar (* 17. Oktober 1873 in Wien; † 24. April 1955 in Zürich; eigentlich Alfred Polak; Pseudonyme Archibald Douglas, L. A. Terne) war ein österreichischer Schriftsteller, Aphoristiker, Kritiker und Übersetzer. Er ist einer der bekanntesten Autoren der Wiener Moderne.
  • Alfred Polgar (de son vrai nom, Alfred Polak, né le 17 octobre 1873 à Vienne, mort le 24 avril 1955 à Zurich) est un écrivain, critique et traducteur autrichien (aussi sous les pseudonymes d'Archibald Douglas ou L. A. Terne).
  • アルフレート・ポルガー(Alfred Polgar、1873年10月17日 - 1955年4月24日)は、ウィーンで活躍したジャーナリスト、批評家。「カフェ文士」のひとりでもある。本名はポラク(Alfred Polak)。
  • Alfred Polgar, właśc. Alfred Polak[potrzebny przypis] (ur. 17 października 1873 w Wiedniu, zm. 24 kwietnia 1955 w Zurychu) – austriacki pisarz, tłumacz, satyryk i krytyk literacki.
  • Альфред Польгар (нем. Alfred Polgar); настоящее имя Альфред Полак (нем. Alfred Polak), псевдонимы: Archibald Douglas, L. A. Terne; 17 октября 1873, Вена — 24 апреля 1955, Цюрих) — австрийский писатель, афорист, критик и переводчик.
  • Alfred Polgar (originally: Alfred Polak, pseudonyms: Archibald Douglas, L. A. Terne; born 17 October 1873 – 24 April 1955, Zürich) was an Austrian-born journalist, born into an assimilated Jewish family, one of the most renowned intellectuals of the Vienna coffeehouses. He was born in Leopoldstadt. He left Austria in 1938, and later worked in Hollywood. He was known as a drama critic (in Berlin from 1925 to 1933), and as an essayist. He died in Zurich.
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