Georg Büchner

German dramatist and writer of poetry and prose

1813   -   1837

country of citizenship: Germany
educated at: University of Strasbourg
occupation: translator, playwright, poet, physician writer, naturalist, revolutionary, writer, author

Karl Georg Büchner (17 October 1813 – 19 February 1837) was a German dramatist and writer of poetry and prose, considered part of the Young Germany movement. He was also a revolutionary and the brother of physician and philosopher Ludwig Büchner. His literary achievements, though few in number, are generally held in great esteem in Germany and it is widely believed that, had it not been for his early death, he might have joined such central German literary figures as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich Schiller at the summit of their profession.
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works

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Lenz

Narrative by Georg Büchner

author: Georg Büchner

1839

Woyzeck

play written by Georg Büchner

author: Georg Büchner

1879

Danton's Death

literary work

author: Georg Büchner

1835

Leonce and Lena

1836 play written by Georg Büchner

author: Georg Büchner

1836

Die Nacht

1879 poem written by Georg Büchner

author: Georg Büchner

1879

Gebadet in des Meeres blauer Flut

1879 poem written by Georg Büchner

author: Georg Büchner

1879

Dantons Tod

play written by Georg Büchner

author: Georg Büchner

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