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dargestellt von Gabriele Schneider. by Gabriele Schneider. Published 1996 by Rowohlt in Reinbek. Authors, German, Biography, German Authors. Includes bibliographical references (p. 144-) and index. Rowohlts Monographien ;, 553. Classifications.
Fanny Lewald (21 March 1811 – 5 August 1889) was a German author. Fanny Lewald was born at Königsberg in East Prussia in 1811 to a bourgeois, Jewish family. She was taken out of school at thirteen to learn household skills she would need as a wife. Lewald was intended to marry a young theologian at age seventeen and converted to Christianity for the marriage. However, her betrothed died before the wedding took place. She traveled in the German Confederation, France and Italy
Fanny Lewald met many important men of the democratic movement, among them the . Frankfurt/New York: 1990; Schneider, Gabriele.
Fanny Lewald met many important men of the democratic movement, among them the converted Jewish writer and critic Ludwig Börne (1778–1837), whose works were widely discussed at the time. Staying for a while with open-minded relatives in Breslau, Lewald became familiar with current political and social questions and with the newest literature, such as the works of the Young Germany and the writings of George Sand. Altogether Lewald was much in agreement with many objectives of the middle-class women’s movement in Germany, which established itself under the leadership of Louise Otto Peters in 1865.
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Fanny Lewald, popular German novelist and feminist who wrote mainly on family, marriage, and social problems. The novels Clementine (1842) and Jenny (1843) describe circumscribed. Fanny Lewald, (born March 24, 1811, Königsberg, Prussia -died Aug. 5, 1889, Dresden, Ge., popular German novelist and feminist who wrote mainly on family, marriage, and social problems.