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Theodor Mügge (1806–1861)

Mügge, Theodor (müg’gė). A German novelist and writer of travels; born at Berlin, Nov. 8, 1806; died there, Feb. 18, 1861. For some years he was a journalist. Among his best-known works were the novels: ‘The Cavalier’ (1835); ‘Toussaint’ (1840); ‘Life and Love in Norway’ (1858); ‘The Prophet’ (1860), etc.; and the volumes of travel: ‘Sketches from the North’ (1844); ‘Northern Picture-Book’ (3d ed. 1862), etc.