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Stefan George (1868–1933)

George, Stefan (gā-ôr’ge). A modern German poet; born at Büdesheim, July 12, 1868; died in 1933. Among his works are: ‘Hymns’ (1890); ‘Pilgrim Journeys’ (1891); ‘Songs of Dream and Death’ (1900); ‘Works and Days’ (1903). He translated Beaudelaire and Dante.