HEINRICH ALFRED BULTHAUPT
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A German poet and dramatist; born at Bremen, Oct. 26, 1849. On quitting the university he was for a while a private tutor; then he traveled in the East, in Greece, and in Italy. He was a lawyer in his native town for some years, and in 1879 became custodian of the city library. Of his dramatic compositions the list is very long, comprising tragedies: "Saul", "A Corsican Tragedy"; plays dealing with the questions of the time: "The Workmen"; comedies; comic operas; etc. He has also written a work, already of high authority, on "Dramaturgy of the Theatre" (3 vols.); also "Dramaturgy of the Opera" (2 vols.).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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