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Robert Reinick (1805–1852)

Reinick, Robert (rīn’ick). A German poet; born at Dantzig, Prussia, Feb. 22, 1805; died at Dresden, Feb. 7, 1852. He studied painting under Schadow and Begas, and these studies influenced all of his lyric productions, which rank among the best in German literature. His works include: ‘Song-Book for Artists’ (1833); ‘Song-Book of a Painter’ (1837–44); ‘Songs and Fables for the Young’ (1844); ‘Hebel’s Allemanic Poems Translated into High German’ (1851); ‘Collected Songs’ (1852); and ‘Book of Poetic Fables and Stories.’