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us: Schlaf, Johannes, 1862-1941


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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1862-06-21
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1941-02-02
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Querfurt (Germany)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Querfurt (Germany)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Berlin (Germany)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Prussian Academy of Arts
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        ger
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Creative writing
      • Occupation

          (lcsh) Dramatists
            (lcsh) Translators
              (lcsh) Novelists
          • See Also

            • us: Holmsen, Bjarne P. (Bjarne Peter)
          • Sources

            • found: Holz, A. Papa Hamlet, c1963: t.p. (Johannes Schlaf)
            • found: LC in RLIN, 1-14-88 (hdg.: Schlaf, Johannes, 1862-1941)
            • found: Papa Hamlet, 1991: t.p. (Johannes Schlaf) p. v (together with Arno Holz wrote Papa Hamlet and Die Familie Selicke under the pseud. Bjarne P. Holmsen)
            • found: Lit Lex., c1991 (Schlaf, Johannes; b. 6-21-1862 in Querfurt/Sachsen; d. 2-2-1941; dramatist, novelist, essayist, editor; together with Arno Holz, under the pseud. Bjarne P. Holmsen)
            • found: Papa Hamlet, 1972: reprint title page (Arno Holz und Johannes Schlaf ; im Anhang: "Ein Dachstubenidyll" von Johannes Schlaf) original (1889) title page (Bjarne P. Holmsen) page 83 (Johannes Schlaf)
            • found: Wikipedia, viewed Sept. 8, 2016 (Johannes Schlaf (June 21, 1862 in Querfurt -- February 2, 1941 in Querfurt) was a German playwright, author, and translator and an important exponent of Naturalism. He moved to study in Berlin 1885 and in 1886 joined the literary group Durch of young naturalist writers including Gerhart Hauptmann, Arno Holz, and William Bölsche. Throughout his studies he felt torn between his studies and the urge to devote himself entirely to writing... around 1887 he broke off his formal studies. In the 1930s Schalf confessed to the creed of National Socialism. After the Nazi takeover in May 1933, Schlaf was appointed to the 'cleaned' Prussian Academy of Arts)
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