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It has gained immense popularity in Hungary,[note 1] however, he felt influenced by his editor, Imre Vahot, to continue writing folklore-style poems, while he wanted to use his Western-oriented education and write about growing revolutionary passions.(The government's censorship would have made such works difficult to publish.) Marriage and family[edit] Júlia Szendrey, Petőfi's wife In 1846, he met Júlia Szendrey (hu) in Transylvania.They married the next year, despite the opposition of her father, and spent their honeymoon at the castle of Count Sándor Teleki (hu)), the only aristocrat among Petőfi's friends.Their only son Zoltán was born on 15 December 1848.[12] Political career[edit] Petőfi became more possessed by thoughts of a global revolution.Petőfi's popularity waned as the memory of the glorious day faded, and the revolution went the way of high politics: to the leadership of the nobles.Those in the noblemen's Assembly in Pozsony, (today Bratislava) had been pushing for slower reforms at the same time, which they delivered to the Emperor on the 13th, but events had overtaken them briefly.

The poem is a fairy-tale notable for its length, 370 quatrains divided into 27 chapters, and for its clever wordplay.

Sándor had to leave the lyceum which he was attending in Selmecbánya (today Banská Štiavnica in Slovakia).

He held small jobs in various theatres in Pest, worked as a teacher in Ostffyasszonyfa, and was a soldier in Sopron.

When the crowd rallied in front of the Imperial governing council, the representatives of Emperor Ferdinand felt they had to sign the "12 Points".

As one of the points was freedom for political prisoners, the crowd moved to greet the newly freed revolutionary poet Mihály Táncsics.

Malnourished and sick, he went to Debrecen, where his friends helped him get back on his feet.