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The New International Encyclopædia
Müller-Guttenbrunn, Adam
Edition of 1905. See also Adam Müller-Guttenbrunn on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

MÜLLER-GUTTENBRUNN, gụ'ten-brụn, Adam (1852—). An Austrian author, born at Guttenbrunn, and educated at Hermannstadt and Vienna. In 1879 he removed to Vienna from Linz. His first success was Des Hauses Fourchambault Ende (1880), supplementing Augier's drama Les Fourchambault. This was followed by Im Banne der Pflicht (1882), the comedy Schauspielerei (with Laube, 1883), and Irma (1885). Among his novels and stories, which for the greater part appeared serially, the best-known are: Frau Dornröschen (1884; 3d ed. 1891); Gescheiterte Liebe (1889); and Die Magyarin (1896).