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Helmina von Chézy (1783–1856)

Chézy, Helmina Christiane von. A German poet and novelist, mother of Wilhelm von Chézy; born (von Klencke) in Berlin, Jan. 26, 1783; died in Geneva, Feb. 28, 1856. She produced: ‘Poems’ (1812); ‘Heart Notes during a Pilgrimage’ (1833); and similar romantic stanzas; besides ‘Emma’s Ordeals’ (1827), a novel of merit.