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Robert Eduard Prutz (1816–1872)

Prutz, Robert Eduard. A German poet and historian of literature; born at Stettin, May 30, 1816; died there, June 21, 1872. His principal works are: ‘The Rhine’ (1840); ‘Poems,’ a collection of his lyrics, in great part erotic (1841); a comedy, ‘The Political Lying-in Chamber’ (1843); several historical dramas, as ‘Charles of Bourbon,’ ‘Maurice of Saxe,’ ‘Eric, the Peasants’ King’; ‘Lectures on the History of the German Theatre’ (1847); ‘Contemporary German Literature’ (1847); ‘Men and Books: Biographical Contributions to the History of German Literature in the Eighteenth Century’ (1862).