After this, Wieck wrote to Behrens protesting against his lending a hand to "a demoralised girl without shame."
Did he think of Behrens and curse her under his breath as he entered that tiresome room?
Why generally and in all sorts of things does Behrens come in?
Moreover, the narrative of the voyage was written not by Roggewein, but by a German named Behrens.
He returned to Riga, and was well received by the Behrens family, in whose house he resided for some time.
Behrens, the narrator of the expedition, considered them to be portions of the Terra Australis.
Behrens was one of those vividly clever energetic people who are the despair of originative men.
For an instance of senile spite: Clara had always been given a Behrens piano for her concerts in Berlin.