Heine, Heinrich

Heine, Heinrich
   German poet and essayist. He was born in Dusseldorf and settled in Berlin, where he published his first book of poetry. Influenced by Moses Mendelssohn and Leopold Zunz, he joined the Society for the Culture and Science of Judaism. In 1825 he embraced Christianity, but later expressed regret for leaving the Jewish faith. In many of his works, such as The Rabbi of Bacherach and Hebrew Melodies, he exhibited an interest in Judaism. He later lived in Paris, where he worked as a journalist and poet. He influenced the development of the Haskalah movement as well as Hebrew and Yiddish poetry.

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  • Heine, Heinrich — ► (1797 1856) Poeta y escritor alemán. Junto con Goethe, es el máximo exponente de la lírica germana. Sin pertenecer a ninguna escuela, por su obra y su liberalismo exaltado se le puede considerar hijo del romanticismo. Libro de canciones (1827)… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • HEINE, HEINRICH —    a German lyric poet, born at Düsseldorf, of Jewish parents; was bred to law, but devoted himself to literature, and mingled with literary people, and associated in particular with the Varnhagen von Ense circle; first became notable by the… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

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  • Heinrich Heine Prize — refers to two different awards named after the 19th century German poet Christian Johann Heinrich Heine: * Heinrich Heine prize of Düsseldorf * Heinrich Heine prize of the Ministry for Culture of the former GDR, which was assigned until 1990… …   Wikipedia

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