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Karl Emil Franzos (1848–1904)

Franzos, Karl Emil (fränt-sōs’). An Austrian novelist; born in Podolia, Oct. 25, 1848, of Jewish parentage; died at Berlin, Jan. 31, 1904. His first volume—‘Semi-Asia: Pictures of Life in Galicia, Bukowina, Southern Russia, and Roumania’ (1876)—was a brilliant success. Among his novels are: ‘A Struggle for the Right’ (1881); ‘Tragic Stories’ (1886); ‘Judith Trachtenberg’ (1890); ‘The Old Doctor’s God’ (1892); ‘The Truth-Seeker’ (1894).