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Georg Conrad (1826–1902)

Conrad, Georg (kōn’räd), pseudonym of Prince George of Prussia. A German dramatist; born, Feb. 12, 1826; died in 1902. He experimented successfully with various forms of dramatic literature; and among his productions, ‘Phædra,’ a metrical drama, ‘Where Is Happiness?’ a comedy, and ‘The Marchioness of Brinvilliers,’ a tragedy, may be cited as specimens of a trained and true talent.