Auerbach, Bertholo (18121882)

Auerbach, Bertholo (Au`erbach, Bertholo) , a German poet and novelist of Jewish birth, born in the Black Forest; his novels, which have been widely translated, are in the main of a somewhat philosophical bent, he having been early led to the study of Spinoza, and having begun his literary career as editor of his works; his “Village Tales of the Black Forest” were widely popular (18121882).

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