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The Nobel Prize in Literature 1910 was awarded to Paul Heyse "as a tribute to the consummate artistry, permeated with idealism, which he has demonstrated during his long productive career as a lyric poet, dramatist, novelist and writer of world-renowned short stories".

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The Fury (L'Arrabbiata)

Paul Johann Ludwig Heyse won the 3rd Nobel Prize in Literature for Germany in 1910. His father, Karl Ludwig Heyse was a professor in Philosophy at the University of Berlin. His nomination to the Nobel Prize was backed by more than sixty experts on Art, Literature and Philosophy from Berlin, Breslau, Halle, Leipzig, Munich and Vienna. He also drew a handsome salary from the Court of King Maximilian of Bavaria. I like and recommend his story" L' Arrabiata". He wrote this story at the young age of twenty three. This story shows the love of a fifteen year old girl for a boatman. The story is woven in the beautiful town of Naples. The unforgettable descriptions and the glorification of Nature through idealism are noteworthy indeed.
/Dilbag Firdausi, India
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