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Helen Zimmern (1846–1934)

Zimmern, Helen (tsim’mern). A German-English story-writer; born at Hamburg, March 25, 1846; died in 1934. From childhood she lived in England. She is author of ‘Stories in Precious Stones’ (1873); ‘Told by the Way’ (1874); ‘Half-Hours with French Novelists’ (1881); ‘Stories from Foreign Novelists’ (2d ed. 1885). She wrote also ‘Schopenhauer, his Life and Philosophy’ (1876); ‘G. E. Lessing, his Life and Works’ (1878); ‘The Hansa Towns’ (1889); ‘Italian Leaders of To-day’ (1915).