Heinrich Laube

Heinrich Laube In literature, Heinrich Laube (1806-1884) was a German dramatist, novelist and theatre-director note for a publication in which he recounts the circa 1810 Goethebest book” incident. [1]

About
Laube, in the context of German literature, has been classified, along with Christian Grabbe (1801-30), Friedrich Hebbel (1818-63), Friedrich Halm, as “the most prominent of Schiller's disciples.” [2]

References
1. Steer, Alfred G. (1990). Goethe’s Elective Affinities: the Robe of Nessus (pg. 5). Winter.
2. Barnard, Frederick. (1885). Johnson’s New General Encyclopedia (pg. 504). A.J. Johnson.

Further reading
● Payne, Rebecca J. (1968). Heinrich Laube’s View of Goethe. Vanderbilt University.

External links
Heinrich Laube – Wikipedia.

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