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Salomon Hermann von Mosenthal (1821–1877)

Mosenthal, Salomon Hermann von (mō’zen-täl). A German dramatist; born at Cassel, Jan. 14, 1821; died at Vienna, Feb. 17, 1877. His best-known works were: ‘Deborah’ (1850: the original of ‘Leah the Forsaken’), and ‘Heliotrope Manor’ (1857). He wrote also ‘The German Actors’ (1863); ‘The Mayor of Altenbüren’ (1868); ‘Maryna’ (1871); the tragedies ‘Düweke’ (1860); ‘Pietra’ (1865); etc.