Jean Paul

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Jean Paul

(French ʒɑ̃ pɔl)
n
(Biography) real name Johann Paul Friedrich Richter. 1763–1825, German novelist
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The German novelist Jean Paul Friedrich Richter and his fragment, "The Dream," translated by Madame de Stall, influenced many later writers.
Here, one might have expected analyses of such seminal works as Adolf Muschg's Gottfried Keller, Peter Hartling's Holderlin, Gunter de Bruyn's Leben des Jean Paul Friedrich Richter, and Dieter Kuhn's Ich Wolkenstein.