Gus·tav [goo s-tahf] /ˈgʊs tɑf/, 1816–95, German novelist, playwright, and journalist.
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Freytag has described this phenomenon at its beginnings in a romance which is a chef d'oeuvre.
The east front of Bergues was invested on the 23rd, and Freytag spread out his Dunkirk.
The novels of 'The Ancestors' are a culmination of Freytag's literary evolution.
With his next play, 'Die Valentine' , Freytag however was signally successful.
Freytag's antiquarianism is not of the dilettante kind that is content to masquerade modern motives in ancient garb and setting.
British Dictionary definitions for freytag
Gustav (ˈɡʊstaf). 1816–95, German novelist and dramatist; author of the comedy Die Journalisten (1853) and Soll und Haben (1855), a novel about German commercial life
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