Lieselotte E. Kurth-Voigt papers, 1960-1989.
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Mann, Heinrich, 1871-1950
Heinrich Mann, one of the foremost German writers of the twentieth century, lived almost penniless and seemingly forgotten in Los Angeles for nearly a decade before his death in 1950. Heinrich Mann was the elder brother of Nobel Prize winning novelist Thomas Mann. Despite his name and literary stature, Heinrich Mann remained virtually unknown in this country. By contrast, in pre-Hitler Germany, Heinrich had been both respected by fellow writers and popular with readers, perhaps even more so than...
Wieland, Christoph Martin, 1733-1813
Epithet: author British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000787.0x000162 ...
Mann, Thomas, 1875-1955
Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001085.0x000173 German author. From the description of Land of good will : typewritten article signed, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270609625 From the description of Autograph letter signed with initials : Bad Tölz, to Herr Fischer, his publisher, 1909 Aug. 29. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270607913 From the description...
Kurth-Voigt, Lieselotte E., 1923-
Biographical Note: Lieselotte E. Kurth (b. 1923) was a Professor of German at the Johns Hopkins University from 1963 to 1989. Dr. Kurth's research and teaching centered on the novel, especially 18th and 19th-century German novels. From the description of Lieselotte E. Kurth-Voigt papers, 1960-1989. (Johns Hopkins University). WorldCat record id: 48380075 ...
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 1749-1832
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (b. August 29, 1749, Free Imperial City of Frankfurt-d. March 22, 1832, Weimar) was a German poet, playwright, novelist, and natural scientist. He is often ranked with Shakespeare and Dante as one of the three most important poets in history. Goethe gained early fame with The Sorrows of Young Werther, published in 1774, but his most famous work is Faust, a poetic drama in two parts....
Johns Hopkins University. Dept. of German.
Gutzkow, Karl, 1811-1878
German author. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Heidelberg, to an unidentified correspondent, 1876 May 13. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270501186 ...
Goethe, Ottilie von, 1796-1872.
Daughter-in-law of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. From the description of Autograph note signed Ottilie von Goethe : Weimar, 1832 Mar. 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 428131490 ...
Fontane, Theodor, 1819-1898
No information available. From the guide to the Theodor Fontane Papers, 1969, (University of Minnesota Libraries Children's Literature Research Collections [clrc]) ...
Gerstäcker, Friedrich, 1816-1872
Friedrich Gerstäcker was a German author and traveler. Restless as a young man, he traveled across America for six years before returning home as a minor celebrity, his mother having published his travel diaries. He continued to write and travel, basing many of his novels in foreign lands, which contributed to their popularity in Germany. From the description of Friedrich Gerstäcker letter to Bayard Taylor, 1847 June 26. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id...
Mühlbach, L. (Luise), 1814-1873.
Luise Mühlbach (1814-1873), a German novelist, was the pen name of Clara Mundt. She wrote more than fifty novels, chiefly historical romances that became quite popular in her native Germany and overseas in England and America. She was a prominent advocate of women's suffrage and actively participated in several reform movements. Her husband, Theodore Mundt, was for some years a teacher at the University of Berlin, and later became a professor of general history and literature in Breslau. Clara ...
Schlegel, August Wilhelm von 1767-1845