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Luise Mühlbach (1814–1873)

Mühlbach, Luise (mül’bäċh), pseudonym of Madame Klara Müller Mundt. A German novelist, wife of Theodor Mundt; born at Neubrandenburg, Jan. 2, 1814; died at Berlin, Sept. 26, 1873. She wrote a number of popular historical novels, including ‘Queen Hortense’ (5th ed. 1861); ‘Emperor Joseph II. and his Court’ (9th ed. 1866); ‘Marie Antoinette and her Son’ (1867); ‘Emperor Alexander and his Court’ (1868); ‘Mohammed Ali and his House’ (1871); ‘Frederick the Great and his Court’ (8th ed. 1882).