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  1. Herwegh was elected to be president of this society and, in his various appeals, proclaimed its political aims.
  2. Herwegh was in Paris in February 1848 in when the revolutionary storm broke and, later in Germany in March,as storm echoed.

Karl Wilhelm Ramler

  1. After his death his friend Karl Wilhelm Ramler published an edition of Kleist's S--mtliche Werke in 2 vols (1760).
  2. Hier setzte eine interdisziplin-re Tagung zu Karl Wilhelm Ramler im Gleimhaus Halberstadt an, deren Ergebnisse nun pr-sentiert werden.

Adelbert Von Chamisso

  1. Adelbert von Chamisso ( January 30, 1781 – August 21, 1838), was a German poet and botanist.
  2. Cook's second voyage of 1768-1771; and Adelbert von Chamisso, a Frenchman, accompanied the Russian captain Otto von Kotzebue on his 1815-1818 voyage.
  3. The most famous of Adelbert von Chamisso's works, about a man who sells his shadow to the devil.


  1. Goethe was a German poet, novelist, dramatist, theorist, painter, natural scientist and long-serving Privy Councilor (" Geheimrat ") of the duchy of Weimar.
  2. Goethe is an altogether practical Poet.
  3. Goethe was born in Frankfurt am Main on Aug.
  4. Goethe was ennobled in 1782 (this being indicated by the "von" in his name).
  5. Goethe was introduced by his friend Weyland, as a poor theological student.

Andreas Gryphius

  1. Andreas Gryphius was the greatest lyric poet, as well as the greatest dramatist, of seventeenth-century Germany.


  1. The author is to remain anonymous, since Hölderlin still talks about his own edition.
  2. The author is to remain anonymous, since H-lderlin still talks about his own edition.
  3. The author was acquainted with both the poetic "Edda" and the "Volsungasaga", and follows these accounts closely.
  4. The author was acquainted, however, with the older versions, and sought to compromise between them, but mostly followed his German authorities.
  5. The author was not very content with what the band had done, for he had had different ideas.


  1. Baargeld was self-taught as an artist.


  1. The book is a curious but not inartistic combination of the mental attitude of Mr. Matthew Arnold with the style of Lord Tennyson.
  2. The book was a scholarly work, and also a fascinating romance.
  3. The book was for a time recommended on the L.E.C. website.
  4. The book was reprinted in 1963 and the publishers prosecuted.

Bruno Frank

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  3. Last check: 2007-10-21) Bruno Frank was born in Stuttgart where his father worked as a banker.


  1. Chamisso was born in Ch--teau de Boncourt, France, in 1781.
  2. Chamisso was often pestered with questions respecting what he really meant by the story of Schlemihl.

Christian Morgenstern

  1. Christian Morgenstern [German Painter, 1805-1867] Guide to pictures of works by Christian Morgenstern in art museum sites and image archives worldwide.
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Christian Stolberg

  1. Christian Stolberg was a German poet and critic.

Emanuel Geibel

  1. The most prominent lyric poet now was Emanuel Geibel (1815-84), whom poems are distinguished by beauty of form and dignified, patriotic sentiment.
  2. Emanuel Geibel ( October 17, 1815 - April 6, 1884), German poet, was born at L-beck, the son of a pastor in the city.

Ernst Von Wildenbruch

  1. Ernst von WIldenbruch was born at Beirut in Lebanon, the son of the Prussian consul-general.

Ewald Christian Von Kleist

  1. Ewald Christian von Kleist was born at Zeblin, near Koeslin in Pomerania, to a famous family of cavalry leaders.
  2. Ewald Christian von Kleist was born at Zeblin, near Koslin in Pomerania , to a famous family of cavalry leaders.
  3. Ewald Christian von Kleist was born at Zeblin, near Koslin in Pomerania, on the 7th of March 1715.
  4. Ewald Christian von Kleist was born at Zeblin, near K--slin in Pomerania, to a famous family of cavalry leaders.


  1. Falk was the founder of the Falk'sche Institute, a public education place for orphans in Weimar.
  2. Falk was born in Danzig (Gda--sk) in the Polish province of Royal Prussia.
  3. Falk was the founder of the so-called Falk'sche Institute, a public education place for orphans in Weimar, Germany.


  1. The form is a pseudo-antique strophe such as Klopstock often used; the substance a rhetorical denunciation of military ambition.
  2. The form was popular in German-speaking regions from the 13th to the 16th centuries.
  3. The form was revived in the Renaissance.

Frank Bruno

  1. FRANK BRUNO is a senior business.
  2. Frank Bruno is a chef and server at the Caprica Transfer Station.
  3. Frank Bruno is a household name in Britain as a boxer and celebrity sportsman.
  4. Frank Bruno is a man who has been right to the top and right to the very bottom.
  5. Frank Bruno: The most important thing taught to my students is to not be so photo realist in what they depict.

Franz Von Dingelstedt

  1. Franz von Dingelstedt ( June 30, 1814 --- May 15, 1881) was a German poet, dramatist and theatre administrator.
  2. This article incorporates text from the Encyclop--dia Britannica Eleventh Edition article "Franz von Dingelstedt", a publication now in the public domain.
  3. FRANZ VON DINGELSTEDT (1814-1881), German poet and dramatist, was born at Halsdorf, in Hesse Cassel, on the 30th of June 1814.

Frau Ava

  1. Frau Ava ist die erste namentlich bekannte Dichterin in deutscher Sprache.
  2. Die Kirche St. Blasien in Klein-Wien steht ziemlich sicher noch an der Stelle der kleinen Kapelle, die sich dort zur Zeit der Frau Ava befand.

Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock

  1. Symphony, after its grandiose choral setting of Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock 's resurrection hymn.
  2. Goethe quickly became interested in literature; Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock and Homer were among his early favourites.
  3. Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock , 1724-1803, German poet, important for his influence upon Goethe, the Göttingen poets, and the Sturm und Drang movement.

Friedrich Schiller

  1. Friedrich Schiller was born 225 years ago, on November 10, in Marbach.
  2. Friedrich Schiller - A biography and list of links.
  3. Friedrich Schiller - A biography and list of related links.
  4. Friedrich Schiller was born in Marbach, Württemberg, of Lutheran parents.

Georg Herwegh

  1. I'm desperately searching for the Yiddish lyrics for the worker's song "Un Du Akerst" written by Haim Zhitlovsky based on a poem by Georg Herwegh.
  2. Im Juli besuchte ihn Liszt; bei dieser Gelegenheit kam es zum Bruderschaftstrunk mit Liszt und Georg Herwegh.
  3. Er lernte auch Georg Herwegh kennen, einen Weggenossen von Karl Marx, der ein eifriger Diskussionspartner und Wanderfreund wurde.

German Poets

  1. Category:German poets Articles in category "German poets" There are 71 articles in this category.
  2. The most admired German poets and authors are without doubt Lessing, Goethe, Schiller, Kleist and Hoffmann.
  3. When Voss traveled to Weimar in 1794, he met the most famous of all German poets J.W.of Goethe, as well as Schiller and Herder.


  1. Gleim was born at Ermsleben near Halberstadt.

Gotthold Ephraim Lessing

  1. Gotthold Ephraim Lessing was born in Kamenz, Saxony, where his father, Johann Gottfried Lessing, worked as a Protestant pastor.


  1. Grosse was a most prolific writer of novels, dramas and poems.
  2. Grosse was a prolific author of poems, both lyrical and epic, verse plays, and stories and novels.


  1. The handwriting was pronounced identical to that of Uhland's, the parchment was of his era, and the verses were in genuine Uhland style.
  2. The handwriting was pronounced identical to that of Uhland's, the parchment was of his era, and the verses were in genuine Uhland style.

Hans Sachs

  1. Hans Sachs is a famous Mastersinger on account of his beautiful songs and sublime poems.
  2. Hans Sachs is a principal character in several operas, notably in Richard Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
  3. Hans Sachs is a principal character in several operas, notably in Richard Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
  4. Hans Sachs is a principal character in several operas, notably in Richard Wagner's Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg.
  5. Hans Sachs is a principal character in several operas, notably in Richard Wagner's Die Meistersinger von NUrnberg.


  1. Orphaned as a child, Hartleben was brought up by his grandfather in Hanover.
  2. Hartleben also wrote mellifluous and often charming verse, contained in the volumes Meine Verse (1895) and Von reifen Fr--chten (1902).
  3. Three authors are involved-Giraud, Hartleben and Schoenberg-and the work's three parts each contain seven poems.


  1. Hartmann was a Swabian, Wolfram a Bavarian, Gottfried presumably a native of Strassburg.
  2. Hartmann was born of Jewish parentage at Duschnik in Bohemia.

Heinrich Von Morungen

  1. Heinrich Von Morungen German minnesinger, one of the few notable courtly poets from east-central Germany.
  2. Even more original poets, like Heinrich von Morungen and Walther's own See also: MASTER (Lat.

Heinrich Von Veldeke

  1. Heinrich von Veldeke was very influential on the German literature of the twelfth century and later because of his excellent technique.

Heinrich Heine

  1. Heinrich Heine is a favorite German poet.
  2. Heinrich Heine is a master of German Romantic poetry.
  3. Heinrich Heine is one of the most lovable writers in European literature.
  4. Heinrich Heine was a German poet who spent the final years of his life in Paris where he was a key figure in radical political journalism.
  5. Heinrich Heine was born in Düsseldorf.

Helmut Krausser

  1. Helmut Krausser (July 11, 1964) is a German author, poet and playwright who was born in Esslingen am Neckar.
  2. Auf einer Meta-Ebene gibt sich Helmut Krausser in -UC- schlie-lich selbst zu erkennen.
  3. Seit 1992 hat Helmut Krausser begonnen, jeweils in einem Monat eines Kalenderjahres Tagebuch zu führen.


  1. Henze was born in G--tersloh, Westphalia, the oldest of six children of a teacher, and showed early interest in art and music.
  2. Henze was musical director of the German Theater in Konstanz (1948-1950) and composer and adviser on ballet for the Wiesbaden State Theater (1950-1952).

Hermann Hesse

  1. Hermann Hesse is a German novelist, poet, essayist and water colorist.
  2. Hermann Hesse is a fascinating story teller and vividly romantic poet.
  3. Hermann Hesse is a favorite German writer.
  4. Hermann Hesse is a superb writer.
  5. Hermann Hesse is a writer who wrote the book Steppenwolf in 1928.


  1. Hessus was equally at home in the medical field, as one can see in his enormously successful Rules for Keeping in Good Health (1524).


  1. Hrosvit was born into the German nobility and later became a canoness at the Benedictine Abbey of Gandersheim.

Jakob Van Hoddis

  1. Jakob van Hoddis (born May 16 1887 in Berlin; died 1942 in Sobib--r; real name Hans Davidsohn) was a German - Jewish poet.
  2. Christened the Neu Club the prophet of the group was the young poet Jakob Van Hoddis.
  3. This article is based on the article " Jakob van Hoddis " from Wikipedia - the free encyclopedia created and edited by online user community.

Jochen Klepper

  1. Jochen Klepper was concerned about the fate of his Jewish wife and daughter.
  2. Jochen Klepper was married to a Jewish widow, and, while being married to her, took into his house the Jewish daughter of his Jewish wife.

Johann Kaspar Lavater

  1. Johann Kaspar Lavater 1741-1801, Swiss Theologian, Mystic Act well at the moment, and you have performed a good action for all eternity.
  2. Johann Kaspar Lavater 1741-1801, Swiss Theologian, Mystic Who makes quick use of the moment is a genius of prudence.
  3. Johann Kaspar Lavater 1741-1801, Swiss Theologian, Mystic There are three classes of men; the retrograde, the stationary and the progressive.

Johann Peter Eckermann

  1. His last words were recorded by a disciple, Johann Peter Eckermann, who was present at Goethe's death.
  2. Januar 1824 im Gespr--ch mit Johann Peter Eckermann) Ich bin meinem eigentlichen Gl--cke nie so nahe gewesen als in der Zeit jener Liebe zu Lili.

Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

  1. Various German authors and poets have won great renown, including Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller.
  2. Faust, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’nin neredeyse t--m ya--am-- boyunca yazarak tamamlad------ bir yap--tt--r.

Joseph Scheffel

  1. T--n--rul Joseph Scheffel a urmat --nt--i cursurile liceului din Karlsruhe.
  2. Dup-- desp--r--irea de Carolina, Joseph Scheffel s-a apropiat de Emma Mackenrodt, n--scut-- Heim.
  3. Joseph Scheffel, considera --ns-- c-- Victor este neglijat da mama sa --i --n 1869 l-a r--pit --i l-a adus la Karlsruhe.


  1. July: The poet Eduard Mörike, his friend Rudolf Lohbauer and the portrait artist J. Georg Schreiner visit the poet.
  2. July: The poet Eduard M-rike, his friend Rudolf Lohbauer and the portrait artist J. Georg Schreiner visit the poet.

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