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STEINITZ, CLARA (née Klausner; pseudonym, Hans Burdach):

German authoress; born at Kobylin April 16, 1852. She was educated at Halle-on-the-Saale, and in 1873 married Siegfried Heinrich Steinitz. She has published the following novels: "Des Volkes Tochter," 1878; "Die Hässliche," 1884; "Ihr Beruf," 1886; "Im Priesterhause," 1890; "Ring der Nibelungen," 1893; and "Irrlicht," 1895. She has also translated several novels from foreign languages; of these may be mentioned: "Joseph und Sein Freund," original by Bayard Taylor; "Die Liebschaften Philipps von Boisvilliers," by Octave Feuillet; "Gunnar" and "Unter dem Gletscher," by Boyesen; and "Fräulein Ludingtons Schwester," by Bellamy.

  • Das Geistige Berlin, 1897, p. 667.
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