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Christian Reinhold Köstlin (1813–1856)

Köstlin, Christian Reinhold (kėst’lēn) [“C. Reinhold”]. A German novelist and poet; born at Tübingen, Jan. 29, 1813; died on Sept. 14, 1856. Besides important legal works he was a prolific writer of lyric and dramatic poetry, novels, etc. One of his best novels was ‘Matilda’s Grotto’ (1838). His drama ‘The Doges’ Sons’ was performed at Stuttgart in 1838. A three-volume collection of his novels appeared in 1847–48, under the title ‘Collected Tales and Novels.’