Berthold Auerbach: Briefe an seinen Freund Jakob Auerbach : Neuedition der Ausgabe von 1884 mit Kommentaren und Indices /
Auerbach, Berthold, 1812-1882
Auerbach, Jakob, 1810-1887
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AbstractBerthold Auerbach’s letters to Jakob Auerbach rank among the most important sources in German-Jewish literature. Over a span of more than 50 years (1830–1882), the writer confided to his friend and cousin, a Jewish educator, about the events of his personal life, which were inextricably bound up with the problems of Jewish emancipation.
Berthold Auerbach’s letters to Jakob Auerbach rank among the most important sources in German-Jewish literature. Over a span of more than 50 years (1830–1882), the writer confided to his friend and cousin, a Jewish educator, about the events of his personal life, which were inextricably bound up with the problems of Jewish emancipation.
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Hans Otto Horch, RWTH Aachen.
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