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BOCK, ALFRED:

German novelist; born at Giessen, Hesse-Darmstadt, Oct. 14, 1859. He received his education at the gymnasium and the university of his native town, and traveled through Denmark, Italy, Turkey, and Greece. He now (1902) lives in Giessen.

Bock is the author of: "Gedichte," Dresden, 1889; "Aus einer Kleinen Universitätsstadt," Giessen, 1896; "Wo die Strassen Enger Werden," Berlin, 1898; "Die Pflastermeisterin," ib. 1899; "Bodo Sikkenberg," ib. 1900; "Der Flurschütz," ib. 1901; "Kinder des Volkes," ib. 1902. He has also written some dramas, of which may be mentioned: "Die Alte Jungfer," "Die Prinzessin von Sestri," and "Der Gymnasialdirektor."

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