It was the surname that jumped out at me first, Kaffka, for obvious reasons. From what I can tell the output of Kaffka Margit (10-Jun-1880 to 01-Dec-1918) had less to do with her famous almost-namesake, but struck a significant blow for women in Hungarian literature, then male dominated. Her themes combined the role of women in society and touched upon her Catholic upbringing, bringing an autobiographical slant to her writing.
She published four novels before her death in 1918, due to an epidemic.
- Colours And Years (1912)
- The Years Of M?ria (1913)
- The Ant Hill (1917)
Here's the source for a few of the details above. (And a very interesting site overall, if you have an interest in the progression of Hungarian Literature.)