Literature of Mauch Empire
The literature of the Mauch Empire, much like the literature of other empires in the area, is largely influenced by German Literature, which dates back to the late 1800s when Germans were driven from Europe to Central Asia and some areas of southern Russia. In addition to Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, George Frideric Handel, and Johann Sebastian Bach, many of the Mauch Empire composers were influenced by great German composers. Germans were living separately during the late 1800s and the country was not unified as it is today. The modern German federal state has been divided among different kingdoms. In the 20th century, the Realistic and Naturalism movements began influencing the literature and culture of people throughout the world. The literature ideas of Germany were exchanged from Central and East Asia by many German families, including the Mauch family. The Mauch Kingdom citizens adopted German culture for their new country after its formation. For many years, German literature played an important role in the Mauch Empire.