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Johann Ludwig Tieck (1773–1853)

Tieck, Johann Ludwig (tēk). A celebrated German poet and miscellaneous writer; born in Berlin, May 31, 1773; died there, April 28, 1853. His works include: ‘Peter Lebrecht: A Story without Adventures’ (1795); ‘William Lovell’ (1795–96); ‘Abdallah’ (1796); ‘Ostrich Plumes’ (1795–98); ‘The Legend of Peter Lebrecht’ (1797); ‘Franz Sternbald’s Wanderings’ (1798); ‘Prince Zerbino’ (1799); ‘Romantic Fancies’ (1799–1800); ‘Life and Death of St. Genevieve’ (1800?); ‘Love Songs of the Suabian Past’ (1803), an adaptation; ‘Don Quixote’ (1804), and ‘Old English Dramatists’ (1811), translations; ‘Phantasus’ (1812); ‘Fortunatus’; ‘The Paintings’ (1813?); ‘The Tourists’ (1814); ‘The Old Man of the Mountain’ (1815?); ‘Society in the Country’; ‘The Betrothal’ (1816); ‘Musical Joys and Sorrows’; ‘The Greek Emperor’ (1818); ‘Dramatic Pages’ (1825); ‘Vittoria Accorombono’ (1840), not completed; translations from Shakespeare; essays; editions of noted works; etc. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).