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Johann Nordmann (1820–1887)

Nordmann, Johann Rumpelmayer (nord’män). An Austrian poet and descriptive writer; born near Krems, March 13, 1820; died in Vienna, Aug. 20, 1887. He was connected with several prominent periodicals, and also wrote: ‘Poems’ (1847); ‘A Marshal of France’ (1857), a tragedy; ‘Springtime Evenings in Salamanca’ (3d ed. 1880); several novels; and a record of travel called ‘My Sundays’ (2d ed. 1880).