2 edition of Political and social problems in the dramatic works of Ernst von Wildenbruch found in the catalog.
Political and social problems in the dramatic works of Ernst von Wildenbruch
Joachim Lothar Bielert
|Statement||by Joachim Bielert.|
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
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Ernst von Wildenbruch (3. helmikuuta – tammikuuta ) oli saksalainen kirjailija ja runoilija.Hänen tuotantoonsa sisältyy näytelmiä, balladeja, romaaneja ja novelleja. Henkilöhistoria. Erns von Wildenbruch syntyi Beirutissa, Libanonissa, jossa hänen isänsä Ludwig von Wildenbruch oli Preussin pääkonsulina.
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ERNST VON WILDENBRUCH (), German poet and dramatist, was born on the 3rd of February at Beyrout in Syria, the son of the Prussian consul-general.
Having passed his early years at Athens and Constantinople, where his father was attached to the Prussian legation, he came in to Germany, received his early schooling at the Padagogium at Halle and the Franzosische Gymnasium.
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