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Heinrich Heine

Heinrich Heine

 Heinrich Heine

Christian Johann Heinrich Heine (born as Chaim Heine December 13, 1797 . February 17, 1856) was one of the most significant German poets of the nineteenth century. Heine lived during the high watermark of German Romanticism.the idyllic, idealistic days of Schiller and Goethe.but Heine was only a half-hearted Romantic. Having suffered persecution firsthand as a German Jew, Heine was far too disillusioned by the injustices of the world to fully take up the hopeful, sentimental spirit of Romanticism. Although he dabbled in utopian philosophy for a brief time, becoming a friend of Karl Marx, Heine always kept his distance from the Romantic, humanist idealism of his age. He was one of the more cynical poets of the early nineteenth century, and for this reason he is perhaps one of the wisest; his poetry avoids the high flights of fancy that so marred later Romanticism, and his opinions, though harsh and often pessimistic, come as a breath of fresh air in the poetic universe of unrealistic Romantic humanism.

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055134 Deutschland - a Winter's Tale (parallel text) £9.95
 
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