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Hermann Grieben (1822–1890)

Grieben, Hermann (grē’ben). A German poet and journalist; born in Köslin, Feb. 8, 1822; died at Cologne, Sept. 24, 1890. He rose to prominence in journalism, editing the Ostsee Zeitung, the Kölnische Zeitung, and other important sheets. He wrote ‘Too Late,’ a tragedy, under, the pseudonym of “Roderick,” and a valuable volume on Dante; besides poems in three collected editions, including ‘Voices of the Time.’