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Wedekind

[ vey-duh-kint ]
/ ˈveɪ dəˌkɪnt /
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noun
Frank [frahngk], /frɑŋk/, 1864–1918, German poet and dramatist.
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Wedekind
/ (German ˈveːdəkɪnt) /

noun
Frank. 1864–1918, German dramatist, whose plays, such as The Awakening of Spring (1891) and Pandora's Box (1904), bitterly satirize the sexual repressiveness of society
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