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Date of Birth April 07, 1901
Date of Death July 02, 1978
Place of Birth Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Empire
Country German, U.S. as of 1942
Profession Professor
Horoscope Aries

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Bernhard Blume (writer) is a famous Professor of German, author, who was born on April 07, 1901 in Stuttgart, Kingdom of Württemberg, German Empire. According to Astrologers, Bernhard Blume (writer)'s zodiac sign is Aries.

Bernhard Blume (7 April 1901 – 22 July 1978) was an emigre from Nazi Germany who became a professor of German literature at Mills College, Ohio State University, Harvard University, and the University of California, San Diego. In addition to scholarly works, he authored several plays, a novel, and an autobiography.

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Blume was born in Swabia to north German parents, Hedwig (née Grabowsky) and Paul Blume. He was five when the family moved to Silesia, where his father (1873–1931) worked at the Waggon- und Maschinenbau Görlitz, noted for the construction of railroad cars. Five years later, when his father lost his position due to excessive drinking, the family relocated for a time from Görlitz to Bremerhaven and Hanover before finally settling in Esslingen am Neckar, where his father was employed until his death as a section chief at the Maschinenfabrik Esslingen. His widowed mother (1876–1949) remained in Esslingen until the family home was bombed out in World War II.

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Blume attended the humanities-focused Realgymnasium in Esslingen and during these years saw performances of Friedrich Schiller’s The Robbers, Gotthold Ephraim Lessing’s Nathan the Wise, and Heinrich von Kleist’s Prince Friedrich von Homburg at the Hoftheater in Stuttgart which he reenacted at home with a puppet theater for his younger brother. He participated in the Wandervogel movement and continued hiking with friends after passing the Reifeprüfung and taking up university studies. From 1919 to 1923, he matriculated at the universities of Munich, Berlin, and Tübingen, attending lectures by noted academics including Ernst Troeltsch, Eduard Spranger, and Heinrich Wölfflin. His coursework focused on Germanic and modern Romance languages and literatures, and among his Romance philology professors were Karl Vossler and the linguist Josef Haas, in whose house he lived for a time and whose approach to scholarship was a profound influence.

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Blume passed the Dienstprüfung required to embark upon a career in secondary education and also completed the probationary period of teaching in Stuttgart, but he was drawn to the theater and at age 22 made a career change. His first play, Tamango, based on a Prosper Mérimée novella about the 18th-century slave trade, was written while he was still a student and staged in Stuttgart. In 1923-24 he worked in Beuthen as dramaturge for the Upper Silesian Tri-City Theater (Beuthen - Gleiwitz - Hindenburg) and then was appointed dramaturge of the Stuttgart State Theater.

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Residing in Degerloch, an outer district of Stuttgart, he authored Fahrt nach der Südsee (1924), which premiered simultaneously at the National Theatre Mannheim and Staatstheater Berlin in 1925. His play Bonaparte (1926) was an even greater success and premiered simultaneously in Munich, Stuttgart, Wiesbaden, and Hanover. In the following years, his most widely produced plays were Treibjagd (1927), the comedy Feurio! (1928), and the comedy Gelegenheit macht Diebe (1930). He also authored a documentary drama about the trial of Sacco and Vanzetti, Im Namen des Volkes (1930), which premiered in Leipzig. He was hailed as one of Germany's most promising young playwrights, one of the "five B's" (Brecht, Bruckner, Bronnen, Barlach, and Blume). His plays were strongly influenced by the works of Georg Büchner, Frank Wedekind, and Arthur Schnitzler. During these years Blume authored short newspaper and journal articles about Kleist, Klabund, Bruckner, Franz Grillparzer, Gerhart Hauptmann, and Anna Seghers.

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