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Emil Palleske (1823–1880)

Palleske, Emil (pä-lesk’ė). A German elocutionist and author; born at Tempelburg, in Pomerania, Jan. 5, 1823; died at Thal, near Eisenach, Oct. 28, 1880. He gave dramatic readings, especially of Shakespeare’s plays, throughout Germany. He wrote: ‘Life and Work of Schiller’ (2 vols., 1858–59); ‘Charlotte von Kalb: in Memoriam’ (1880).