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Karl August Bleibtreu (1859–1928)

Bleibtreu, Karl August (blīb’troi). A German poet and novelist; born at Berlin, Jan. 13, 1859; died in 1928. All his views are radical, as shown by the very titles of his works: e.g., ‘Revolution in Literature’ (1885); ‘Literature’s Struggle for Life.’ He also wrote: ‘Dies Iræ’; ‘Napoleon at Leipsic’; ‘Cromwell at Marston Moor.’ His dramas are: ‘Lord Byron’ (1888); ‘The Day of Judgment’; ‘The Queen’s Necklace’; ‘From Robespierre to Buddha.’