Hertz, Henrik (17981870)

Hertz, Henrik, Danish poet, born in Copenhagen of Jewish parents; graduated in law at Copenhagen, and produced his first work, a comedy, in 1827; “Letters of a Ghost,” a satire, followed three years later, and had a wide vogue; his best-known work is “King René's Daughter,” which has been translated into English for the fourth time by Sir Theodore Martin; he is considered one of the greatest of modern Danish lyrists and dramatists (17981870).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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