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Friederike Brun (1765–1835)

Brun, Friederike Sophie Christiane (brön). A German poet and writer of travels (1765–1835); born (Münter) at Gräfentonna in the district of Gotha. She traveled extensively through Switzerland, southern France, Italy, and other countries, and came into personal acquaintance with many of the foremost personages of her day: Johann von Müller, Matthisson, Necker, Angelica Kauffmann, Mme. de Staël, etc. Her books of travel were held in very high esteem. She published three small volumes of ‘Poems’; and ‘Truth from Morning Dreams and Ida’s Æsthetic Development,’ containing reminiscences of her early years.