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

Wilhelm von Kotzebue (1813–1887)

Kotzebue, Wilhelm von (kot’ze-bö). A German miscellaneous writer, a son of August; born at Neval, March 19, 1813; died there, Nov. 5, 1887. Of his works may be named: ‘A Hard-Hearted Friend,’ which scored a success, and ‘Two Sinners,’—both dramas under the pseudonym “W. Augustsohn”; ‘Moldavian Pictures and Sketches’ (1860); ‘Small Stories from the Great World’ (1862); ‘Lascar Viorescu’ (1863); ‘Artificial and Natural Life’ (1869), all anonymous; ‘August von Kotzebue’ (1884); the romance ‘Baron Fritz Reckensteg’ (2 vols., 1885); ‘Roumanian Folk Songs’ (1859); all under his own name.