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Gustav Frenssen

Author Code: GGFR

Born: Oct. 19, 1863 - Barlt, Germany

Died: Apr. 11, 1945 - Barlt, Germany

Educated at the universities of Tubingen, Berlin and Kiel. He entered orders and became a pastor at Hemme. In 1903, he received the degree of doctor of theology from Heidelberg University. During all this time, he had also written novels, the first success being Jorn Uhl in 1901. The success of the latter convinced him to devote his time to writing. In the course of his career, he also produced some plays. In 1902, he resigned his pastorate. Frenssen finally rejected Christianity and adopted a pagan Germanic religion supported by Nordic mythology. During the Nazi era, he was a staunch supporter and was vocally anti-Semitic and in favour of euthanasia. His works include Die Sandgrafin (1902), Holyland (1905), The Life of Jesus (1906), Klaus Henrich Baas (1909), Die Bruder (1918), The Pastor of Poggsee (1921) and Right or Wrong: My Country (1940).

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