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Julius Zeyer (1841–1901)

Zeyer, Julius (zā’yer). A Czech novelist and poet; born at Prague, 1841; died in 1901. After traveling extensively on the Continent, he spent several years teaching in Russia. He wrote in prose ‘Andrew Cernysev,’ a notable romance; ‘Miss Olympia’; ‘Count Xavier’; ‘Madrana’s Adventure’; ‘Tales of Sosana’; ‘The True Friendship of Amis and Amil’; etc.: and in verse, ‘Vysehrad,’ a series of epic poems based on Bohemian ancient history.