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Elisaveta Kul’man (1808–1825)

Kul’man, Elisaveta Borisovna (köl’män). A Russian poet; born at St. Petersburg, 1808; died in 1825, at seventeen. She was very precocious and wrote in Russian, German, and Italian. Her Russian poems, edited by the Russian Academy, appeared in 1833; the best edition of her German verse is that of 1857; the Italian poems were published at Milan in 1847. Goethe prophesied for her an honorable place in literature.