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

Conrad Ferdinand Meyer (1825–1898)

Meyer-Zeigler, Conrad Ferdinand. A Swiss poet and novelist; born at Zürich, Oct. 12, 1825; died on Nov. 28, 1898. Among his works are in verse, ‘Ballads’ (1867); ‘Romances and Pictures’ (1870); ‘Hutten’s Last Days’ (8th ed. 1891), ‘Engelberg’ (3d ed. 1889); the novels ‘The Saint’ (12th ed. 1894); ‘A Boy’s Suffering’ (3d ed. 1889); ‘The Monk’s Wedding’ (5th ed. 1893); ‘The Temptation of Pescara’ (4th ed. 1889); ‘Angela Borgia’ (5th ed. 1892); etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).