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Wilhelm Hertz (1835–1902)

Hertz, Wilhelm (herts). A German poet; born in Stuttgart, Sept. 24, 1835; died in 1902. He was encouraged to write by a Munich literary circle including Geibel, Heyse, Bodenstedt, and others. In 1859 appeared his ‘Poems.’ Among his best-known productions are: ‘Launcelot and Guinevere’; ‘Henry of Suabia’; and especially ‘Tristan and Isolde.’