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- A Swiss poet and novelist; born a Zurich, Oct. 12, 1825; died, Nov. 28, 1898. His home after 1875 was at Kilchberg, near Zurich. Among his works are in verse, "Ballads"( 1867); "Romances and Pictures"( 1870), "Hutten's Last Days"( 8th ed. 1891), "Engelberg"( 3d ed. 1889); the novels "The Saint"( 12th ed. 1894), "A Boy's Suffering"( 3d ed. 1889), "The Monk's Wedding"( 5th ed. 1893), "The Temptation of Pescara"( 4th ed. 1889), "Angela Borgia"( 5th ed. 1892); etc. Most of the novels are contained in a collection, the fifth edition of which appeared in 1892.