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

Mite Kremnitz (1852–1916)

Kremnitz, Mite (Marie) (krem’nits). A prolific German miscellaneous writer; born at Greifswald, Jan. 4, 1852; died in 1916. Of her works on Romania, may be named: ‘Roumanian Sketches’ (1877); ‘New Roumanian Sketches’ (1881); ‘Roumanian Tales’ (1882). Prominent among her other books are: ‘Exiles’ (1890), a romance; ‘Love’s Curse’ (1881), written under the pseudonym “George Allan”; ‘A Prince’s Child’ (1882). In collaboration with “Carmen Sylva” she wrote: ‘Anne Boleyn’ (1886); ‘From Two Worlds’ (3d ed. 1887); ‘Astra’ (3d ed. 1887); ‘Revenge’ (2d ed. 1889); ‘Astray’ (1890); ‘Man and Woman’ (1902); ‘Fatum’ (1903); ‘Laut Testament’ (1910).