Immermann, Karl Leberecht (17961840)

Immermann, Karl Leberecht, German novelist and dramatist, born at Magdeburg; fought at Waterloo; entered the public service of Prussia and obtained an appointment at Düsseldorf, where he died; his fame rests upon his miscellaneous tales and satirical novels, such as “Münchausen”; his dramas consisted of both tragedies and comedies (17961840).

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

Immensity, The Temple of * Immortality
Image Worship
Imaginary Conversations
Imagination
Imâm
Imaus
Imitation of Christ
Immaculate Conception
Immanence
Immensities, Centre of
Immensity, The Temple of
Immermann, Karl Leberecht
Immortality
Immortals
Imogen
Imo`la
Impanation
Impenetrability
Imperative, The Categorical
Imperial Federation
Imperial Institute
Imperialism