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Batty Weber

A later 19th and early 20th-century writer and journalist, he was instrumental in the introduction of Luxembourg’s national identification. His well-known Luxembourgish-language works consist of “Dem Jabbo seng Kap” (a poem) and Fenn Kass, Roman eines Erlösten (a book). He went to the German colleges of Bonn and Berlin, where he examined philology and movie theater. He kept a civil provider position before functioning being a journalist, editor, poet, and novelist. He was the kid of the schoolmaster and was raised close to the River Moselle in the city of Stadtbredimus. He was created in the same calendar year as Russian playwright Anton Chekhov.

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