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Wolf Heinrich, Count von Baudissin (1789–1878)

Baudissin, Wolf Heinrich, Count von (bou’dis-sēn). A German littérateur (1789–1878), one of the chief contributors to the famous German translation of Shakespeare edited by Schlegel and Tieck, of which he rendered: ‘Comedy of Errors’; ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’; ‘All’s Well that Ends Well’; ‘Taming of the Shrew’; ‘Much Ado About Nothing’; ‘Merry Wives of Windsor’; ‘Measure for Measure’; ‘Titus Andronicus’; ‘King Lear’; ‘Antony and Cleopatra’; ‘Troilus and Cressida’; ‘Othello’; and ‘Henry VIII.’ Under the title ‘Ben Jonson and his School’ (1836) he published translations of old English dramas.