This complex nature of history in general characterizes the history of medicine and specifically the history of the concepts of health ... in Medicine 1(2): 91–102. Novalis [Friedrich von Hardenberg]. ...
Johann Ludwig Tieck (May 31, 1773 – April 28 ... the two brothers August and Friedrich Schlegel and Novalis were the leaders of the new Romantic school. His writings between 1798 and 1804 include the ...
His house became the intellectual headquarters of the “romanticists,” and was visited at various times between 1796 to 1801 by Fichte, Friedrich Schlegel, Schelling, Tieck, Novalis and others ... ...
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The German author Ludwig Tieck (1773-1853) was perhaps the most versatile and productive writer of the German romantic movement. Ludwig Tieck was born in Berlin on May 5, 1773. His intellectual and ...
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Unforgettable is the picture which the poet subsequently drew of his childhood spent in the large house with its many nooks and crannies, in the Grosse Hirschgraben at Frankfort. Books, pictures, ...