THERESE VON BACHERACHT
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A German novelist (1804-52), who chose her subjects mostly from the life of the upper classes, and was distinguished for her careful delineation of character. The best among her novels are: "Falkenberg" (1843); "Lydia" (1844); "Heinrich Burkart" (1846). Much credit is due her for the publication of W. von Humboldt's "Letters to a Friend" (1847).
By Charles Dudley Warner
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