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Wilhelm Bornemann (1766–1851)

Bornemann, Wilhelm (bōr’ne-män). A Low-German dialect poet (1766–1851); born at Gardelegen. He is one of the foremost representatives of modern Low-German poetry. His works are: ‘Low-German Poems’ (1810), republished in a 10th edition in 1891; ‘Pictures of Nature and the Chase’ (1829); ‘Humorous Hunting Songs.’