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Hermann Allmers (1821–1902)

Allmers, Hermann (äl’mers). A German poet; born at Rechtenfleth, near Bremen, Feb. 11, 1821; died there, March 9, 1902. He wrote: ‘Book of the Marshes’ (1857), a faithful portrayal of nature and men in his native country; ‘Poems’ (1860); ‘Roman Sauntering Days’ (1869), subtle delineations of Italian life: ‘Electra’ (1872), a drama, continuing and concluding the plot of Goethe’s ‘Iphigenia.’