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The German Tradition in Literature 1871 1945
To whom was Hugo von Hofmannsthal referring when he wrote, "He was of another race than they; he revealed a possible development in German character that had no success; he mastered his materials, instead of letting them master him. His importance for the nation resides in the contrast he affords."
Choose the correct answer:Heinrich Böll Günter Grass Hermann Hesse Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
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