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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Adolf Glaser (1829–1915)

Glaser, Adolf (glä’zėr). A German novelist, poet, dramatist, and translator; born in Wiesbaden, Dec. 15, 1829; died in 1915. He won success in journalism; and published poems under the pseudonym “Reinald Reimar,” as well as two or three plays. His first novel, written in 1857, was ‘The Schaller Family,’ followed by many popular works of fiction. ‘What Is Truth?’; ‘A Magdalen without a Halo’; ‘Savanarola’; ‘Cordula.’ ‘Galileo Galilei,’ a tragedy, and a series of translations from Dutch authors, must be included.