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Peter Rosegger

Austrian poet who’s remembered for House in the Forest (Waldheimat), The God-Seeker (Der Gottsucher), and additional works. He received honorary doctorates from your Colleges of Graz, Heidelberg, and Vienna. He was among seven children given birth to right into a Styrian peasant family members. He worked like a tailor’s apprentice in his early adulthood. His literary popularity became a secured asset to the travel and leisure market in the Alpine area where he was raised. He wedded Anna Pichler, who passed away in 1875 through the delivery of the couple’s second kid. He was a runner-up for the 1913 Nobel Reward in Books. Bengali writer Rabindranath Tagore eventually won the exclusive honor.

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