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Julius Leopold Klein (1810–1876)

Klein, Julius Leopold (klīn). A German dramatist and dramatic historian; born at Miskolcz, Hungary, 1810; died at Berlin, Aug. 2, 1876. Prominent among his dramas were the historical tragedies ‘Marie de Médicis’ (1841; second part, ‘Luines,’ 1842); ‘Zenobia’ (1847); ‘Stafford’ (1862); among his comedies, ‘The Duchess’ (1848); ‘A Protégé’ (1850); ‘Voltaire’ (1862). His ‘History of the Drama’ (13 vols., 1865–76; index 1886) aimed to give the dramatic history of all peoples, but was unfinished at death.