Keyserling, Eduard, Graf von

Keyserling, Eduard, Graf von ā´do͞oärt gräf fən kī´sərlĭng [key], 1855–1918, German novelist. A member of an old and aristocratic family in the Baltic province of Courland, he depicts with delicate precision the life of his social class. Several of his novels have been translated— Beate und Mareile (1903 tr. The Curse of the Tarniffs, 1928), Dumala (1908 tr. Man of God, 1930), and Wellen (1911 tr. Tides, 1929).

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