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Max Ring (1817–1901)

Ring, Max (ring). A German novelist; born at Sauditz, Silesia, Aug. 4, 1817; died in 1901. He produced a great number of novels, notably ‘The Children of God’ (1851); ‘The Great Elector and the Alderman’ (1851); ‘The Lost Race’ (1867); ‘The Friends of the Soul’ (1871); ‘Chains of Gold’ (1881); ‘Victory of Love’ (1886); and ‘Seekers and Strivers’ (1888).