Maximiliam Bern (November 11, 1849 – September 10, 1923) was a German writer and editor. He was born in Kherson, Ukraine, where his father was a physician. Upon his father's death, his mother took him to Vienna to further his education. From 1869 to 1872 he studied philosophy and literature there, but had to drop out of school when the family fortune was lost. In 1873 he became a private tutor at an equestrian school. The success of his first novel Auf Schwankem Grunde, allowed him to become a freelance writer and travel extensively. From 1885-1887 he was in Paris and in the following year married an Austrian actress, Olga Wohlbrück. In 1888, they settled in Berlin, where he continued to write prolifically.

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  • Maximilian Bern (ursprünglich Bernstein, * 11. November 1849 in Cherson am Dnepr; † 10. September 1923 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Herausgeber. (de)
  • Maximilian Bern (pierwotnie Bernstein, ur. 11 listopada 1849 w Chersoniu nad Dnieprem, zm. 10 września 1923 w Berlinie) – niemiecki pisarz i redaktor. Syn lekarza i radcy dworu, który umarł gdy miał 12 lat. W r. 1862 przeprowadził się z matką i rodzeństwem do Wiednia. W latach 1869-1872 studiował filozofię i literaturoznawstwo. Strata pieniędzy zmusiła go do zaniechania studiów w uniwersytecie i objęcia w r. 1873 posady nauczyciela w firmie cyrkowej. Od 1875 był niezależnym autorem w Berlinie i Hamburgu, czasowo w Lipsku, Dreźnie, Frankfurcie i Monachium, w latach 1885-1887 w Paryżu, a od roku 1888 ponownie w Berlinie. W latach 1887-1897 Bern był mężem pisarki i aktorki Olgi Wohlbrück. (pl)
  • Maximiliam Bern (November 11, 1849 – September 10, 1923) was a German writer and editor. He was born in Kherson, Ukraine, where his father was a physician. Upon his father's death, his mother took him to Vienna to further his education. From 1869 to 1872 he studied philosophy and literature there, but had to drop out of school when the family fortune was lost. In 1873 he became a private tutor at an equestrian school. The success of his first novel Auf Schwankem Grunde, allowed him to become a freelance writer and travel extensively. From 1885-1887 he was in Paris and in the following year married an Austrian actress, Olga Wohlbrück. In 1888, they settled in Berlin, where he continued to write prolifically. After spending his entire life savings (100,000 marks) on a single subway ticket around Old Berlin during the devastating period of hyperinflation in Germany, he returned to his apartment where, unable to support himself, he starved to death. None of his works have been translated into English. (en)
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  • Maximilian Bern (ursprünglich Bernstein, * 11. November 1849 in Cherson am Dnepr; † 10. September 1923 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Herausgeber. (de)
  • Maximilian Bern (pierwotnie Bernstein, ur. 11 listopada 1849 w Chersoniu nad Dnieprem, zm. 10 września 1923 w Berlinie) – niemiecki pisarz i redaktor. Syn lekarza i radcy dworu, który umarł gdy miał 12 lat. W r. 1862 przeprowadził się z matką i rodzeństwem do Wiednia. W latach 1869-1872 studiował filozofię i literaturoznawstwo. Strata pieniędzy zmusiła go do zaniechania studiów w uniwersytecie i objęcia w r. 1873 posady nauczyciela w firmie cyrkowej. Od 1875 był niezależnym autorem w Berlinie i Hamburgu, czasowo w Lipsku, Dreźnie, Frankfurcie i Monachium, w latach 1885-1887 w Paryżu, a od roku 1888 ponownie w Berlinie. W latach 1887-1897 Bern był mężem pisarki i aktorki Olgi Wohlbrück. (pl)
  • Maximiliam Bern (November 11, 1849 – September 10, 1923) was a German writer and editor. He was born in Kherson, Ukraine, where his father was a physician. Upon his father's death, his mother took him to Vienna to further his education. From 1869 to 1872 he studied philosophy and literature there, but had to drop out of school when the family fortune was lost. In 1873 he became a private tutor at an equestrian school. The success of his first novel Auf Schwankem Grunde, allowed him to become a freelance writer and travel extensively. From 1885-1887 he was in Paris and in the following year married an Austrian actress, Olga Wohlbrück. In 1888, they settled in Berlin, where he continued to write prolifically. (en)
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