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FORSTENHEIM, ANNA:

Austrian writer and poetess; born at Agram Sept. 21, 1846; died at Vienna Oct. 19, 1889. She went to Vienna in 1867, and founded there the Society of Women Writers and Artists, of which she was the treasurer. She wrote the following works: "Catarina Cornaro," a drama, 1875; "Der Zauberring des Herzens," novel in 3 vols., 1880; "Ein Neues Fürstenthum in Alter Zeit," 1882; "Der Wau-Wau," a comedy, 1882; "Die Schöne Melusine," 1883; "Manoli," epic poem, 1883.

Bibliography:
  • Ludwig Eisenberg, Das Geistige Wien, i. 123.
S. M. Sel.
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