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Hein·rich [hahyn-rikh], /ˈhaɪn rɪx/, 1797–1856, German lyric and satiric poet, journalist, and critic.
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Liszt, bolder than Heine, makes the attempt to portray them, and writes like an inspired poet.
Sainte-Beuve and Balzac were two of the earliest of her literary friends, among whom she numbered also Heine.
The most complete literary portrayal of George Sand that has been handed down to us, however, is by Heine.
Unlike Heine, this poet devoted his muse to the German romantic poets glorification of German patriotism.
Death of Heine The last ten years of his life were clouded by ill health.
British Dictionary definitions for Heine
/ (German ˈhainə) /
Heinrich (ˈhainrɪç). 1797–1856, German poet and essayist, whose chief poetic work is Das Buch der Lieder (1827). Many of his poems have been set to music, notably by Schubert and Schumann
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