Elisabeth Bürstenbinder

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Elisabeth Bürstenbinder

Elisabeth Bürstenbinder (born in Berlin on 25 November 1838; died in Merano on 10 October 1918) was a German writer who wrote under the name Ernst Werner. She first gained attention in 1870 with Hermann.[1] Among her works Sacred Vows, Fickle Fortune, Riven Bonds, and some others had English translations.[2]


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Novels[edit]

  • Am Altar, Leipzig 1873
  • Glück auf!, Leipzig 1874
  • Gesprengte Fesseln, Leipzig 1875
  • Vineta, Leipzig 1877
  • Um hohen Preis, Leipzig 1878
  • Frühlingsboten, Leipzig 1880
  • Der Egoist, Leipzig 1882
  • Gebannt und erlöst, Leipzig 1884
  • Ein Gottesurteil, Leipzig 1885
  • Heimatklang, Leipzig 1887
  • Sankt Michael, Leipzig 1887
  • Die Alpenfee, Leipzig 1889
  • Flammenzeichen, Leipzig 1890
  • Freie Bahn!, Leipzig 1893
  • Fata Morgana, Leipzig 1896
  • Hexengold, Leipzig 1900
  • Runen, 1903
  • Siegwart, 1909

Novellas[edit]

  • Gartenlaubenblüten, Leipzig 1872
  • Die Blume des Glücks, Leipzig 1885
  • Adlerflug, Berlin 1886

References[edit]

  1. ^ William Harrison De Puy (1896). The University of Literature...: A Cyclopædia of Universal Literature, Presenting in Alphabetical Arrangement the Biography, Together with Critical Reviews and Extracts, of Eminent Writers of All Lands and All Ages. J.S. Barcus. pp. 501–506.
  2. ^ Chamber's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge. W. R. Chambers. 1897. p. 609.

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