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Max Halbe

Author Code: GMXH

Born: Nov. 4, 1862 - Guetteland, Nr. Danzig, Poland

Died: Nov. 30, 1944 - Neuotting, Germany

Educated at the University of Heidelberg where he studied law, Halbe then spent three years at the University of Berlin before receiving his PhD from the University of Munich in 1888. He became a follower of the Naturalistic movement and producedFree Love in 1890 and followed with Eisgang in 1892. His next play, Jugend [Youth] was an immediate and huge success, one which he was never able to repeat. Although he continued to write plays over the next forty years, his fiction was, perhaps, his better work. He published Frau Meseck in 1897, which won critical acclaim. He remained in Germany during the Nazi period and even signed a loyalty statement to Hitler in 1933. The latter resulted in widespread rejection of his work following the war. His works include Mutter Erde (1897), Der Eroberer (1899), Haus Rosenhagen (1901), Der Strom (1904), Freiheit (1913), Io (1917), Kikeriki (1921), Heinrich von Plauen (1933), Erntefest (1936) and Kaiser Friedrich II (1940).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
GMXH002 Mother Earth [Play] 1897 121 411k eBook Download PDF - 'Mother Earth [Play]' (GMXH002)   Download ePub - 'Mother Earth [Play]' (GMXH002) Find a printed copy of Mother Earth [Play] by Max Halbe at AbeBooks
GMXH001 The Rosenhagens [Play] 1901 106 379k eBook Download PDF - 'The Rosenhagens [Play]' (GMXH001)   Download ePub - 'The Rosenhagens [Play]' (GMXH001) Find a printed copy of The Rosenhagens [Play] by Max Halbe at AbeBooks

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