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

Sophie Junghans (1845–1907)

Junghans, Sophie (yöng’häns). A German novelist; born in Cassel, Dec. 3, 1845; died in 1907. With the appearance of ‘Käthe, the Story of a Modern Maid,’ and ‘The House of Eckberg,’ a study of life during the Thirty Years’ War, she attracted attention. Her novels are: ‘The American [Woman]’; ‘A Riddle’; ‘An Heiress Against Her Will,’ and others.