Fulda, Noted Playwright, Dead in Berlin at 76
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Fulda, Noted Playwright, Dead in Berlin at 76

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The death of Ludwig Fulda, noted German-Jewish playwright and poet, was reported here today from Berlin. He was 76. Fulda was born in Franfurt-am-Main and lived in Berlin the greater part of his life. Author of many plays, he is best known for “The Talisman, “for which he received the Schiller prize in 1893. He was a member of the German Academy of Poets. Fulda’s plays were translated in many languages and several of them were given performances in the United States. He himself visited America in 1906 for a lecture tour and later described his experiences in a book, “American Impressions.”

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