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Julius Grosse (1828–1902)

Grosse, Julius (grōs’ė). A very prolific German poet, story-writer, and dramatist; born in Erfurt, April 25, 1828, died at Forbola, May, 2, 1902. His poems include: ‘The Maid of Capri’; ‘Pesach Pardel’; and ‘Against France.’ Among his stories are: ‘Untrue Through Sympathy’; ‘An Old Love’; ‘A Revolutionist’; and ‘Against the Stream.’ He wrote a tragedy, ‘Tiberius.’