Hermynia Zur Mühlen

Hermynia Zur Mühlen, or Hermynia zur Mühlen, born as Hermine Isabelle Maria Gräfin Folliot de Crenneville, also Folliot de Crenneville-Poutet (December 12, 1883 – March 20, 1951) was an Austrian writer and translator. She translated over seventy books into German from English, Russian and French, including work by Upton Sinclair, John Galsworthy, Jerome K. Jerome, Harold Nicolson, Max Eastman and Edna Ferber. She has been characterised as "one of the best known women writers of the Weimar Republic.". A committed socialist from a Viennese aristocratic Catholic family, she was sometimes called the Red Countess. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Zur Mühlen, Hermynia
Published 2010
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by Zur Mühlen, Hermynia
Published 2018
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