|Title:||Letters of the American socialist Albert Brisbane to K.A. Varnhagen von Ense (Anglistische Forschungen)|
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|Publisher:||C. Winter (1986)|
Varnhagen von Ense, Karl August, 1785-1858 Correspondence. Personal Name: Varnhagen von Ense, Karl August, 1785-1858. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Letters of the American socialist Albert Brisbane to .
Albert Brisbane was born on August 22, 1809 in Batavia, New York. He was one of two sons born to Mary Stevens (died 1889) and James Brisbane (1776-1851), a wealthy landowner. In 1798, James Brisbane, along with Joseph Ellicott (1760–1826) and three others, had traveled to Western New York to survey the 4, 000, 000 acres (1, 600, 000 ha) that had been purchased by the Holland Land Company from Robert Morris (1734–1806), one of the first Senators from Pennsylvania. In 1834 Brisbane returned to the United States as a disciple of the French socialists. What had excited Brisbane were Fourier's ideas about the organization of labor.
VARNHAGEN VON ENSE, KARL AUGUST (1785-1858), German biographer, was born at Düsseldorf on the 21st of February 1785. He studied medicine at Berlin, but devoted more attention to philosophy and literature, which he afterwards studied more thoroughly at Halle and Tübingen. In 1809 he joined the Austrian army, and was wounded at the battle of Wagram.
Karl August Varnhagen von Ense (21 February 1785 in Düsseldorf – 10 October 1858 in Berlin) was a German biographer, diplomat and soldier. He was born in Düsseldorf, the younger brother of Rosa Maria Varnhagen, a noted poet, writer, and educator. He studied medicine in Berlin, but most of his time was spent examining philosophy and literature, which he later studied more thoroughly at Halle and Tübingen.
Letters of Alexander von Humboldt: Written between the Years 1827 and 1858, to Varnhagen von Ense; Together with Extracts from Varnhagen's Diaries, and Letters from Varnhagen and Others to Humboldt (Cambridge Library Collection - History). Alexander von Humboldt. Download (pdf, . 0 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.
First published in 1860, Letters of Alexander von Humboldt also contains letters from Varnhagen and other distinguished correspondents to Humboldt. In him he reposed the most unreserved confidence, and although ordinarily in the habit of destroying most of the letters addressed to him, it was with Varnhagen that he deposited such as he considered important and desired to have preserved. He reckoned upon Varnhagen, who was the younger of the two, surviving him.
Antonie Friederike Rahel Varnhagen Von Ense (born Levin) in MyHeritage family trees (Ahnengemeinschaft aus Sachsen). Six thousand letters have survived, out of an estimated ten thousand letters written by her in the course of her lifetime. A few of her essays were published in Das Morgenblatt, Das Schweizerische Museum, and Der Gesellschafter; in 1830, her Denkblätter einer Berlinerin was published in Berlin. Amos Elon wrote about Rahel Varnhagen in his 2002 book, The Pity of It All: A History of the Jews in Germany, 1743-1933: She hated her Jewish background and was convinced it had poisoned her life. For much of her adult life she was what would later be called self-hating.
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together with extracts from Varnhagen's diaries, and letters of Varnhagen and others to Humboldt. by Alexander von Humboldt. Published 1860 by Trübner in London. Karl August Varnhagen von Ense (1785-1858), Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859).