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Friedrich Dedekind (1525–1598)

Dedekind, Friedrich (dad’ė-kind). A German poet (1525–98); born at Neustadt on the Leine. His principal work is ‘Grobianus’ (1549), a satire in Latin distichs against drunkenness and obscenity; it had wide circulation, and was translated into German, Dutch, and English. He wrote two dramas having a religious polemic end in view: ‘The Christian Knight’ and ‘The Converted Papist.’