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Gerard Keller (1829–1899)

Keller, Gerard (kel’er). A Dutch miscellaneous writer; born at Gouda, Feb. 13, 1829; died in 1899. His best works are his books of travel: ‘A Summer in the North’ (1861); ‘A Summer in the South’ (1864); ‘Paris Besieged’ (1871); ‘Murdered Paris’ (1872); ‘Europe Sketched in All her Glory’ (1877–80); ‘America in Image and in Writing’ (1887). Of his numerous novels may be named: ‘The Teacher’s Household’ (1858); ‘Within and Without’ (1860); ‘The Mortgage on Wasenstein’ (1865); ‘From Home’ (2 vols., 1867); ‘Over-Perfect’ (1871); ‘Three Tales’ (‘The Privy Councilor,’ ‘How They are Enjoyed,’ ‘In Our Days,’ 1880); ‘Our Minister’ (1883); ‘Flickering Flames’ (1884); ‘Nemesis’ (1885). He is the author also of books for the young, and the dramas: ‘The Barber’s Daughter’ (1878); ‘The Blue Ribbon’ (1881); ‘The Dangerous Cousin’ (1884).