Schlaf, Johannes (1862–1941)

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Johannes Schlaf (1862 – 1941) was a German playwright, author, and translator and an important exponent of Naturalism. As a translator he was important for exposing the German-speaking world to the works of Walt Whitman, Émile Verhaeren and Émile Zola and is known as a founder of the “Whitman Cult” in Germany. Wikipedia


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