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Clara Viebig

a.k.a. Clara (nee) Viebig Cohn

Author Code: GCVX

Born: Jul. 17, 1860 - Trier, Prussia

Died: Jul. 31, 1952 - Berlin, Germany

Educated in Dusselfdorf, Viebig went to Berlin in 1883 to study voice and music at the Conservatoire. In 1896, she married a Jewish publisher, F.T. Cohn. She began writing in the 1890's and became one of Germany's most popular authors. She produced 17 novels, of which 16 were best-sellers. Her first book, Kinder der Eifel, a collection of stories which used the Eifel area of her childhood as a setting. Her first novel, Rheinlandstochter, appeared in 1897. Her first major success was Das Weiberdorf (1900). Viebig's work showed the detailed realism of the Naturalistic movement in German literature of the time. She also wrote a number of plays, but these were generally unsuccessful. Because of her Jewish husband, Viebig was constantly harassed under the Nazi regime; nevertheless, she remained in Germany throughout the war years. Her works include Dilettanten des Lebens (1898), Das Tagliche Brod (1902), Die Wacht am Rhein (1902), Das Schlaffende Heer (1904), Einer Mutter Sohn (1907), Die Vor den Toren (1910), Eine Handvoll Erde (1915), Der Einsame Mann (1924), Menschen unter Zwang (1932) and Der Vielgeliebte und die Vielgehasste (1935).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
GCVX003 Absolution 1903 145 706k eBook Download PDF - 'Absolution' (GCVX003) Find a printed copy of Absolution by Clara Viebig at AbeBooks
GCVX001 Burning Love 1902 14 220k eBook Download PDF - 'Burning Love' (GCVX001) Find a printed copy of Burning Love by Clara Viebig at AbeBooks
GCVX002 The Son of His Mother 1907 162 808k eBook Download PDF - 'The Son of His Mother' (GCVX002) Find a printed copy of The Son of His Mother by Clara Viebig at AbeBooks

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