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Ferdinand von Saar (1833–1906)

Saar, Ferdinand von (sär). An Austrian poet; born at Vienna, Sept. 30, 1833; died near Vienna, July 24, 1906. Among his works are the tragedies ‘Hildebrand’ (1865) and ‘The Death of Henry’ (1867)—these being united under the title ‘The Emperor Henry IV.’ (1872); ‘Tales from Austria’ (1877); ‘Vienna Elegies’; ‘Poems’ (1882); ‘Three New Novels’ (1883); ‘The Two De Witts’; ‘Thassilo’ (1886); ‘The Castle of Kostenitz’ (1893); ‘Ginevra’ (1904); ‘Tragedy of Life’ (1906).