\θiːəbˈɔːld kˈɜːnə], \θiːəbˈɔːld kˈɜːnə], \θ_iː__ə_b_ˈɔː_l_d k_ˈɜː_n_ə]\
Definitions of THEOBALD KERNER
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A German poet and novelist, son of Justinus; born at Gaildorf, June 14, 1817. A physician like his father, like him he has published both medical and literary works. Among the latter, his "Poems" appeared in 1851; "Princess Klatschrose" the same year (2d ed. 1894); "The Flying Tailor", an opera, in 1862; "Parson Staber, or the New Ahasuerus", a comedy, in 1888. "The Kerner House and its Guests" (1893) consisted of bright and interesting sketches of the inmates and visitors of his famous father's domicile, his own since the latter's death.
By Charles Dudley Warner