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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

Luise Büchner (1821–1877)

Büchner, Luise (büċh’ner). A German poet and novelist (1821–77), sister of Georg. Her first publication, ‘Women and their Calling’ (1855), was followed by many others on the “woman’s-rights question”; it commanded much attention, and reached a fifth edition (1883). She wrote a volume of tales, ‘From Life’ (1861); ‘Poet-Voices of Home and Foreign Lands’; several original poems, ‘Woman’s Heart’; some ‘Christmas Stories’; etc.