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Her·mann [her-mahn], /ˈhɛr mɑn/, 1857–1928, German dramatist and novelist.
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How to use Sudermann in a sentence
Her room was very nicely kept, and she had on a shelf a novel of Sudermann's and a little book of Rosenthal's sweat shop verses.Making Both Ends Meet|Sue Ainslie Clark and Edith Wyatt
The best thing about the novel is that it once more illustrates Sudermann's sympathy for the outcast and the despised.
Die Ehre created a tremendous sensation, and Sudermann was excitedly read and discussed far beyond the limits of his native land.
It is the first, and possibly the best, of Sudermann's remarkable psychological studies.
In the attempts of German critics years ago to "classify" Sudermann, he was commonly placed in one of the three following groups.