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Felix Salten

Felix Salten , originally Siegmund Salzmann, was an Austrian-born, self-taught writer. He became a journalist at the young age of 18 and went on to become a popular theater critic and author of the well-known story, Bambi (1923). In 1939, he, as a Jew, was forced to flee Austria and settle in Switzerland, where he died in 1945.