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Haupt·mann

 (houpt′män′, houp′-), Gerhart 1862-1946.
German writer. Known primarily for his naturalistic plays, such as The Weavers (1892), he also wrote novels and poetry. He won the 1912 Nobel Prize for literature.
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Hauptmann

(German ˈhaʊptman)
n
(Biography) Gerhart (ˈɡeːrhart). 1862–1946, German naturalist, dramatist, novelist, and poet. His works include the historical drama The Weavers (1892): Nobel prize for literature 1912
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Haupt•mann

(ˈhaʊptˌmɑn)

n.
Gerhart, 1862–1946, German playwright, poet, and novelist: Nobel prize 1912.
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