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Oskar Ludwig Bernhard Wolff (1799–1851)

Wolff, Oskar Ludwig Bernhard. A German novelist and satirist; born at Altona, July 26, 1799; died at Jena, Sept. 16, 1851. He was professor of modern languages at Weimar, 1826, and at Jena, 1832. He wrote ‘Pictures and Songs’ (1840); ‘Natural History of the German Student’ (2d ed. 1842); ‘Bubbles and Dreams’ (1844); ‘The Minor Ills of Human Life’ (1846); ‘History of the Novel’ (2d ed. 1850), etc., and edited ‘Treasury of National Poetry’ (4th ed. 1853); ‘Treasury of German Prose’ (11th ed. 1875); ‘The German People’s Treasury of Poetry’ (28th ed. 1884), etc.