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  1. Clemens Brentano 1778-1842 zum 150. Todestag (Memoria) (German Edition)
  2. Nachtwachen. Hrsg. Von Hermann Michel (German Edition) by Bonaventura, Brentano Clemens 1778-1842, et all 2010-09-29
  3. Die Bearbeitung Der Vorlagen In Des Knaben Wunderhorn (German Edition) by Bode Karl, Brentano Clemens 1778-1842, 2010-10-06
  4. Nachtwachen. Nach Rahel Varnhagens Exemplar Mit Einem Nachwort Hrsg. Von Raimund Steinert. Mit 16 Originallithographien Von Karl Thylmann (German Edition) by Brentano Clemens 1778-1842, Steinert Raimund, 2010-10-15
  5. Trutznachtigall. Nebst Den Liedern Aus Dem Güldenen Tugendbuch Desselben Dichters (German Edition) by Brentano Clemens 1778-1842, Weinrich Alfons, 2010-10-06
  6. Clemens Brentano, 1778-1842: Ausstellung : Freies Deutsches Hochstift - Frankfurter Goethe-Museum 5. September bis 31. Dezember 1978 by Goethe-Museum (Frankfurt am Main), 1978
  7. From Romantic Irony to Postmodernist Metafiction: A Contribution to the History of Literary Self-Reflexivity in Its Philosophical Context (European University ... Anglo-Saxon Language and Literaturevol 382) by Christian Quendler, 2001-04

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2. Brentano, Clemens Definition Of Brentano, Clemens In The Free Online Encyclopedi
Brentano, Clemens (brĕnt `nō), 1778–1842, German poet of the romantic school; brother of Bettina von Arnim (see under Arnim, Achim von Arnim, Achim or Joachim von, 1781–1831, Clemens

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4. CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Klemens Maria Brentano
Biographical article on the German poet, with brief bibliography. From the Catholic Encyclopedia.
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A German poet, one of the most prominent members of the Romantic School. He was born at Thal-Ehrenbreitstein 8 September, 1778; d. 28 July, 1842. After a futile attempt to become a merchant, he entered the University of Jena in 1797, where he remained with occasional interruptions until 1803. Here he made the acquaintance of the brothers August Wilhelm and Friedrich Schlegel and of Ludwig Tieck , the founders and leaders of the Romantic School, to which Brentano also attached himself. In 1803 he married Sophie Mereau , the divorced wife of Professor Mereau , and the following year moved to Heidelberg , where with Achim von Arnim, who later became his brother-in-law, and Joseph he was soon the leading spirit of the so-called younger Romantic School. It was during this period that he published jointly with Arnim the famous collection of old folksongs known as "Des Knaben Wunderhorn", which appeared in three volumes between the years 1805 and 1808. This collection established once for all the position of the Volkslied in German literature and had a powerful effect on the lyric poetry not only of Germany , but also of other nations.

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    Clemens Brentano on Langensalza in a letter to his sister Sophie (Summer 1796): I am sunk in work from morning to evening, from 6 o'clock in the morning to 6 o'clock in the evening, and from 6 o'clock in the evening to 10 o'clock all you do is drinking bear from wooden kegs, and when you are finished, you court the 18, 19, 17-year old respectable and respected, confirmed and religious, well-educated, Christian legitimate daughters of the local honorable administrative clerks and civil servants. Praise the Lord. That's how it is. A while ago I danced at a small ball, and the next day all sorts of flowers were sent to me, wild roses, snapdragons, Spanish brooms, the flowers you are supposed to walk on when wishing a happy new year, with quotes from Rousseau, from Voltaire and from the Roman poets. I felt like an ornamented ox on Whitsun, who can't eat hay because of the flowers. Here, beloved ladies, your habits are different.

    8. Clemens Brentano - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Phillips, H. A., Brentano, Clemens Maria Cassell's Encyclopedia of World Literature New York Funk Wagnalls, 1953. Chisholm, Hugh, ed (1911).Brentano, Klemens
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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Clement Brentano Jump to: navigation search Picture from Meyer's Encyclopedia Clemens Brentano , or Klemens Brentano (September 9, 1778 – July 28, 1842) was a German poet and novelist
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    He was born in Ehrenbreitstein , near Koblenz Germany . His sister was Bettina von Arnim Goethe 's correspondent. His father's family was of Italian descent. He studied in Halle and Jena , afterwards residing at Heidelberg Vienna and Berlin . He was close to Wieland Herder Goethe Friedrich Schlegel ... Fichte and Tieck From 1798 to 1800 Brentano lived in Jena, the first center of the romantic movement. In 1801, he moved to Göttingen , and became a friend of Achim von Arnim . He married Sophie Mereau on 29 October 1803. In 1804, he moved to Heidelberg and worked with Arnim on Zeitungen für Einsiedler and Des Knaben Wunderhorn . After his wife Sophie died in 1806 he married a second time in 1807 to Auguste Busmann. In the years between 1808 and 1818, he lived mostly in Berlin , and from 1819 to 1824 in Dülmen Westphalia In 1818, weary of his somewhat restless and unsettled life, he returned to the practice of the

    9. ADB:Brentano, Clemens – Wikisource
    33000+ free ebooks online An utterly fearless man is a far more dangerous comrade than a coward. —— MobyDick by Herman Melville,_Clemens

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    Brief introduction to the German Romantic writer and evaluation of his works, with bibliography. From the 1911 Encyclop dia Britannica.
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    18. Brentano, Clemens Maria Definition Of Brentano, Clemens Maria In The Free Online
    Brentano, Clemens . Born Sept. 8, 1778; died July 28, 1842. German writer. Son of an Italian merchant. Brentano compiled The Boy’s Magic Horn (180608), a collection of German, Clemens Maria

    19. Brüder Im Geiste : Textarchiv : Berliner Zeitung Archiv
    (Berliner Zeitung) Die Briefe von Achim von Arnim und Clemens Brentano Eine Entdeckungsreise zum Mittelpunkt des Selbst. Rezension von Karin Reschke.

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    (b. Sept. 9, 1778, Ehrenbreitstein, near Koblenz [Germany]d. July 28, 1842, Aschaffenburg, Bavaria), poet , novelist, and dramatist, one of the founders of the Heidelberg Romantic school, the second phase of German Romanticism, which placed its emphasis on German folklore and history. Brentano's mother, Maximiliane Brentano, was J.W. von Goethe's friend in 1772-74, and his sister, Bettina von Arnim , was a correspondent of Goethe's. As a student in Jena, he became acquainted with Friedrich von Schlegel and Ludwig Tieck, the leaders of the earlier phase of Romanticism. Giving up his studies, he traveled throughout Germany. Settling temporarily in Heidelberg, he met Achim von Arnim , with whom he published the collection of German folk songs Des Kna ben Wunderhorn (1805-08), which became an important inspiration to later German lyric poets. Among Brentano's most successful works are his fairy tales, particularly Gockel, Hinkel and Gackeleia Story of the Just Casper and Fair Annie") is a brilliantly executed short story in which themes from German folklore are used to sustain the fantasy atmosphere of the story. His other major works include the dramas

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