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Emandel Bozdĕch (1841–1889)

Bozdĕch, Emandel (bōz’dyeċh). A Bohemian dramatist; born at Prague, July 21, 1841; died in 1889. His first notable success in 1867, with the comedy ‘From the Days of Cotillons,’ was surpassed the following year when he brought out his tragedy ‘Baron Görtz.’ Other noteworthy productions are: ‘The World’s Master in his Night-Shirt,’ the private life of Napoleon I.; ‘The Test of a Statesman’ (Prince Kaunitz). He also wrote several novels.