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KEMPNER, MAX (pseudonyms: Max Hochstädt, Max Kempner-Hochstädt, Eckart):

German author; born at Breslau March 5, 1863. He began his literary career when twenty-five, with a volume of poems, "Buch der Liebe," published in 1888. His next venture was "Warbeck," a tragedy, published in 1891. Then followed "Briefe der Zeitgenossen" (1892); "Feine Havanna" (1893); "Sünden Unserer Gesellschaft" (1894); "Studierten-Proletarier" (1894); "König Rhampsinit" (operetta, 1894); "Unsere Lieblinge" (1895); "Medea" (drama, 1895); "Harakiri" (drama, 1895); "Mon Plaisir" (1896); "P. Krafft" (comedy, 1897); "Der Herr von Pilsnitz" (farce, 1898); "Die Jahreszeiten" (dramatic poem, 1898); "Dorawskys Eheglück" (1899). At present (1904) Kempner is editor of the "Grosse Modenwelt" and publisher of "Mode und Haus."

Bibliography:
  • Adalbert von Hanstein, Das Jüngste Deutschland, 1901, p. 316.
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