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~Max Ehrmann~
1872-1945

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Max Ehrmann was born in Terre Haute, Indiana on September 26, 1872, to a an emigrant family from  Bavaria, Germany.

Ehrmann received his early education from the Terre Haute Fourth District School and the German Methodist Church. Upon graduation, Ehrmann studied law and philosophy at Harvard and edited 'The Rainbow',  a national college fraternity magazine. It was at Harvard, that he published his first book, A Farrago, in 1898.

Ehrmann practiced law as Deputy States Attorney for two years. He then worked for a number of years as credit manager and attorney for his brother's manufacturing business.

At the age of 40, Ehrmann left the family business and returned to writing full-time. Throughout his career, he wrote more than 20 books and pamphlets and many essays and poems that were published separately in newspapers and magazines. His most acclaimed work was "Desiderata", originally published in 1927. "Desiderata" has been published in numerous magazines, newspapers, and anthologies and was produced as a single record by Warner Brothers in 1971. 

Max Ehrmann died in 1945, well before "Desiderata" gained its popularity. 

Literature


Desiderata: A Poem for a Way of Life
by Max Ehrmann, Sally Sturman
 

      The Desiderata of Love: A Collection of Poems for the Beloved
by Max Ehrmann
This collection of inspirational poems by the famous poet Max Ehrmann brings together twenty-four poems of love between men and women. They beautifully express his eternal optimism and undying love of human beings and their joyful relationship with each other.

 

The Desiderata of Happiness
by Max Ehrmann, Sally Sturman
 

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