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Encyclopedia > Achim von Arnim

Ludwig Achim (or Joachim) von Arnim (January 26, 1781January 21, 1831), German poet and novelist, was born at Berlin.


He studied natural science at Halle and his bent was from the first towards literature. From the earlier writings of Goethe and Herder he learned to appreciate the beauties of German traditional legends and folk-songs; and, forming a collection of these, published the result (1806-), in collaboration with Clemens Brentano under the title Des Knaben Wunderhorn. Brentano's sister Bettina became his wife and won wide recognition as a writer in her own right.










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Ludwig Achim von Arnim - Wikipedia (680 words)
Carl Joachim Friedrich Ludwig Achim von Arnim (* 26.
Seit 1809 lebte Arnim in Berlin, arbeitete unter anderem an Heinrich von Kleists "Berliner Abendblättern" mit und gründete 1811 eine Deutsche Tischgesellschaft, später auch Christlich-deutsche Tischgesellschaft genannte politische Vereinigung.
Der Briefwechsel zwischen Ludwig Achim von Arnim und Clemens Brentano in den Jahren 1801 bis 1816.
AllRefer.com - Achim von Arnim (German Literature, Biography) - Encyclopedia (278 words)
Achim von Arnim[Akh´im, yOAkh´im, fun Ar´nim] Pronunciation Key, 1781–1831, German writer of the romantic school.
Arnim's novels include GrAfin Dolores (1810) and the unfinished Die KronenwAchter [the guardians of the crown] (1817).
Arnim had a predilection for the fantastic and the supernatural.
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