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Hermann, Fürst von Pückler-Muskau (1785–1871)

Pückler-Muskau, Hermann Ludwig Heinrich, Fürst von (pük”ler-mös’kou). A German writer of books of travel; born at Muskau, Silesia, Oct. 30, 1785; died near Kottbus, Feb. 4, 1871. He wrote: ‘Letters of a Dead Man’ (4 vols., 1830–31), containing outspoken judgments on England and other countries visited by him; ‘Hints on Landscape Gardening’ (1834); ‘Tutti Frutti: From the Papers of the Deceased’ (5 vols., 1834); ‘Semilasso’s Penultimate Tour of the World: Europe’ (3 vols., 1835); ‘Semilasso in Africa’ (5 vols., 1836); ‘The Precursor’ (1838); ‘From Mehemed Ali’s Realm’ (3 vols., 1844); ‘The Return Journey’ (3 vols., 1846–48).