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Hermann Conradi (1862–1890)

Conradi, Hermann (kōn-rä’dē). A German literary critic and essayist (1862–90); born at Jetznitz. As lyrist and critic he was a representative of radical realism, a follower of Tolstoy, Ibsen, and Nietzsche. With his too radical story of ‘Adam Man’ (1889) he incurred the penalties of the law against publications that offend morality.