Bloede, Gertrude (1845–1905)

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Bloede, Gertrude (1845–1905)

American poet and novelist. Name variations: (pseudonym) Stuart Sterne. Born in Dresden, Germany, 1845; died in Baldwin, New York, 1905.

Came to America as a child; under the pseudonym Stuart Sterne, wrote Angelo (1879) and Giorgio and Other Poems (1881); also wrote the novel The Story of Two Lives.