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Adolph Wilbrandt

a.k.a. Adolf von Wilbrandt

Author Code: GAVW

Born: Aug. 24, 1837 - Rostock, Germany

Died: Jun. 10, 1911 - Jun. 10, 1911

Educated at the University of Rostock, where his father was a professor, Wilbrandt initially studied law, but abandoned this in favor of philology and history. He then studied at the universities in Munich and Berlin before receiving his Doctor of Philosophy degree. He then joined the staff of Suddeutsche Zeitung in Munich. In 1863, he published a monograph on H. Von Kleist. He published his first novel, Geister und Menschen, in 1864. He travelled in Europe for a time before settling in Vienna in 1871. His play, Gracchus der Volkstribun in 1872, won the Schiller prize. In 1880, he returned to the novel and in 1881 was named director of the Burgtheater and in 1884 was enobled. He later returned to Rostock. His works include Fridolins Heimliche Ehe [Fridolin's Mystical Marriage] (1875, Nero (1876), Kreimhild (1877), Meister Amor (1880), Der Dornenweg (1894), Die Rothenburger (1895) and Hildegaard Mahlmann (1897),

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