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Richter, Johann Paul Friedrich

(pseudonym Jean Paul; 1763–1825). Ger. humorist and prose writer; b. Wunsiedel, near Bayreuth, Bav., Ger.; educ. Leipzig; indigent; tutor near Hof 1787–94; settled at Bayreuth 1804; received govt. pension 1808; held that visible things are symbols of the invisible. Works include Blumen-, Frucht- und Dornenstücke; Titan; Levana oder Erziehungslehre; Vorschule der Ästhetik.

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