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Julius Hart (1859–1930)

Hart, Julius. A German poet and prose-writer, brother of Heinrich; born in Münster, April 9, 1859; died in 1930. His earliest efforts were in newspaper dramatic criticisms. His poems include: ‘Sansara,’ a volume of verse; ‘Don Juan Tenorio,’ a tragedy in lyric form; and ‘Homo Sum.’ He translated Persian, English, and Spanish poetry.