ALIAS OF KARL ANTON POSTL CHARLES SEALSFIELD
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Definitions of ALIAS OF KARL ANTON POSTL CHARLES SEALSFIELD
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An Austrian novelist and miscellaneous writer; born at Poppitz in Moravia, March 3, 1793; died near Soleure, May 26, 1864. He lived in the United States under the name of Charles Sealsfield, 1822-26, and again 1827-30. He wrote: "Sketches of Transatlantic Travel" (1834); "Life Pictures from Both Hemispheres" (1835). Among his novels are: "Tokeah; or, The White Rose" (1828); "Virey and the Aristocrats" (1834); "German-American Elective Affinities" (1839).
By Charles Dudley Warner