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Eugen Zabel (1851–1924)

Zabel, Eugen (tsä’bel). A German miscellaneous writer; born at Königsberg in Prussia, Dec. 23, 1851; died in 1924. Among his works are: ‘Berthold Auerbach’ (1882); ‘Ivan Turgenef’ (1883); ‘Italian Dramatic Art in Germany’ (1892); ‘Anton Rubinstein: An Artist’s Life’ (1892); translations of several of Turgenev’s novels, and of French and Spanish dramas; some novels, among them ‘Parted Hearts’ (1888); and several comedies, as ‘The Midnight Sun,’ ‘A Missed Vocation.’