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Gustav Freytag

Author Code: GGFX

Born: Jul. 7, 1816 - Schlesien, Kreuzberg, Germany

Died: Apr. 30, 1895 - Wiesbaden, Germany

Educated at Breslau and Berlin in Philology, Freytag produced his first drama in 1837 with the publication of Hussit. Although he spent several years as a teacher, it was writing that eventually won over and in 1844 he produced a stage play, Die Brautfahrt, oder Kunz von der Rosen which was highly successful and helped to establish his writing credentials. In 1847 he became joint editor of Die Brentzboten, a liberal weekly journal. In 1853 his comedy, Die Journalisten, appeared and was hugely popular. Many consider it to have been one of the best German comedies of the 19th century. In 1870, during the Franco-Prussian conflict, Freytag was attached to the staff of the crown prince and attended the battles of Sedan and Worth. From 1872, he concentrated on a series of novels, Die Ahnen which depict the history of a German family over centuries. Freyttag also produced biographies such as Doctor Luther (1859) and Karl Mathy (1869) and published his own autobiography in 1887.

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GGFX004 Debit and Credit 1855 366 1592k eBook Download PDF - 'Debit and Credit' (GGFX004) Find a printed copy of Debit and Credit by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks
GGFX001 Doctor Luther 1859 21 272k eBook Download PDF - 'Doctor Luther' (GGFX001) Find a printed copy of Doctor Luther by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks
GGFX002 Frederick the Great 1880 21 263k eBook Download PDF - 'Frederick the Great' (GGFX002) Find a printed copy of Frederick the Great by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks
GGFX003 The Journalists [Play] 1853 88 436k eBook Download PDF - 'The Journalists [Play]' (GGFX003) Find a printed copy of The Journalists [Play] by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks
GGFX007 The Lost Manuscript 1887 438 1703k eBook Download PDF - 'The Lost Manuscript' (GGFX007) Find a printed copy of The Lost Manuscript by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks
GGFX005 Pictures of German Life in the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries 1859 289 1469k eBook Download PDF - 'Pictures of German Life in the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries' (GGFX005) Find a printed copy of Pictures of German Life in the 15th, 16th and 17th Centuries by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks
GGFX006 Pictures of German Life in the 18th and 19th Centuries 1862 240 1283k eBook Download PDF - 'Pictures of German Life in the 18th and 19th Centuries' (GGFX006) Find a printed copy of Pictures of German Life in the 18th and 19th Centuries by Gustav Freytag at AbeBooks

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