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Heine, Heinrich

(originally Chaim Harry; 1797 [or 1799]–1856). Poet and critic; b. Düsseldorf, Ger.; of Jewish descent; Prot. 1825; moved to Paris 1831; d. there after ca. 8 yrs. disability; attacked religious order; preached “the rehabilitation of the flesh”; in later yrs. tempered his cynicism.


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