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Ernst von Wolzogen (1855–1934)

Wolzogen, Ernst von, Baron (vōl-tso’gen). A German novelist, dramatist, and critic, somewhat of a realist; born at Breslau, April 23, 1855; died in 1934. He wrote the novels ‘One o’Clock Christmas Eve’ (6th ed. 1896); ‘Mr. Thaddeus’s Tenant’ (1885); ‘Basilla’ (1887); ‘Red Francis’ (1888); ‘The Photographs’ (1890); humorous, sketches; ‘The Mad Countess’ (1890), etc.; the dramas ‘The Last Pigtail’ (1884), ‘An Unwritten Leaf’ (1896), etc.; the critical studies, ‘George Eliot’ (1885); ‘Wilkie Collins’ (1885); the pamphlet ‘An Earnest Warning to the Ruling Classes’ (4th ed. 1895); ‘Biography of Hans von Schweinichen’ (1885); ‘The Poet in Dollarica’ (1912).