Never-Ending Book Quiz
The MASH connection: Merriam-Webster's "Word of the Day" tells me that “Sturm und Drang” comes from German, where it literally means “storm and stress.” The term was originally used in English to identify a late 18th-century German literary movement whose works were filled with rousing action and high emotionalism ... The movement took its name from the 1776 play "Sturm und Drang", a work by Friedrich von _________." [An irreverent aside: Derived from this, in South Africa an exaggeratedly emotional film, play or book is often referred in Afrikaans as "Snot en Trane" (Snot and Tears)].
Choose the correct answer:Hawkeye Klinger Houlihan Burns
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