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Theodor Storm (1817–1888)

Storm, Theodor (Woldsen) (stōrm). A notable German poet and novelist; born in Husum, Schleswig, Sept. 14, 1817; died at Hademarschen, July 4, 1888. He first attracted attention in literature with ‘The Song-Book of Three Friends’ (1843), the work of Tycho and Theodor Mommsen and himself. Later, he became universally known as the author of ‘Immensee’ (43d ed. 1896), a short tale, and a volume of ‘Poems’ (11th ed. 1897). Among his other works are: ‘Aquis Submersus’ (1877); ‘The Senator’s Sons’ (1881); ‘Knight of the White Horse’ (1888); ‘Renate’; ‘Eekenhof.’ (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).