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Gertrude Bloede (Stuart Sterne) (1845–1905)

Bloede, Gertrude (blė’de). An American poet and novelist, better known as “Stuart Sterne”; born in Saxony, Germany, 1845; died in 1905. She wrote in verse: ‘Angelo’ (new ed. 1879); ‘Giorgio and Other Poems’ (1881), etc.; and ‘The Story of the Two Lives,’ a novel.