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

Babette von Bülow (1850–1927)

Bülow, Babette von (Hans Arnold). A German story-writer; born at Warmbrunn, Silesia, Sept. 30, 1850; died in 1927. Among her stories which enjoy great popularity are: ‘Merry Tales’ (1891); ‘Once in May, and Other Stories’ (1892). She also wrote some good comedies, viz.: ‘Theory and Practice’ (1890); ‘Two Peaceful Ones’ (1892).