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Heine - Vergiftet sind meine lieder (My songs are poisoned)

Heinrich HEINE (1797 – 1856)
German lyric poet

Vergiftet sind meine Lieder
Wie könnt’ es anders seyn?
Du hast mir ja Gift gegossen
In’s blühende Leben hinein. 102 more words


The most giggle-worthy quotes from 19th Century Literature

Okay, okay, dear Reader—you got me. Are these the most giggle-worthy quotes in nineteenth century literature? Almost assuredly not. I’m world-famous for hyperbole. I think it seeped in with all that Emerson or something. 753 more words

CA: 'Wie immer Ihr Th. F.', Potsdam (Germany), 17-19 September 2014

Conference: ‘Wie immer Ihr Th. F.’ Theodor Fontanes Briefe im Kontext
Date: 17.09.2014 – 19.09.2014
Organized by: the Theodor-Fontane-Archive & the Theodor Fontane Society in cooperation with the Institut für Germanistik at Potsdam University… 85 more words


Ropner Park, East Hartburn, Stockton

The bandstand at Ropner Park

The ornamental fountain at Ropner Park

Ropner Park is a free public park, located in East Hartburn, Stockton.

In June 1890 Major Robert Ropner offered a piece of land, known locally as Hartburn Fields to the people of Stockton which could be used as a public park, providing the local council would lay it out ‘tastefully’ and ‘keep it forever’. 191 more words


September 1, 1851


Sept 1st Monday  Jane & Ellen washed and have done most

of the housework and I have been to work on Olivers

clothes have sewed pretty steady to day.   322 more words

19th Century

Fragments by Katja Schellekens

Fragments by Katja Schellekens

Katja Schellekens: Fragments of 19th Century paintings by Ingres, Winterhalter and David, painted on jaquards and gobelin, 100x 120 cm. (images are screenshots taken from the website of the artist) 13 more words