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Johann Georg Jacobi (1740–1814)

Jacobi, Johann Georg. A German poet, brother of Friedrich; born in Düsseldorf, Sept. 2, 1740; died at Freiburg, Jan. 4, 1814. His association with Wieland, Klopstock, Goethe, Herder, and “Father” Gleim, the poet and patron of poets, encouraged him to write. ‘The Summer Journey’ and ‘The Winter Journey’ are among the prettiest of his pieces.