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  • Author:
    Wilhelm Hauff
  • ISBN:
    3150067065
  • ISBN13:
    978-3150067062
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  • Publisher:
    Philipp Reclam, Jun Verlag GmbH (January 1, 1998)
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Heart of Stone (German: Das kalte Herz, literally "The Cold Heart") is a fairy tale written by Wilhelm Hauff. It was published in 1827 in a collection of fairy tales that take place within the narrative of The Spessart Inn. It formed the basis for the East German film Heart of Stone, released in 1950. Despite taking over his late father's charcoal factory, Peter Marmot, who goes by the name Coal-marmot Peter, is not content with the dirty, exhausting, low-paying and low-status work

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by. Hauff, Wilhelm, 1802-1827; Holzwarth, Franklin James, ed; Gorse, William John, joint ed. Publication date. New York, Cincinnati American book company. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

Das kalte Herz ist ein Märchen von Wilhelm Hauff

Das kalte Herz ist ein Märchen von Wilhelm Hauff.

There is a Wilhelm Hauff was a German poet and novelist best known for his fairy tales

There is a Wilhelm Hauff was a German poet and novelist best known for his fairy tales. Cotta’s newspaper Morgenblatt. Hauff had a narrative and inventive gift and sense of form; he wrote with ease, combining narrative themes of others with his own.

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Title: Das kalte Herz (1950). The story is taken from a German fairy-tale by Wilhelm Hauff

Title: Das kalte Herz (1950). The story is taken from a German fairy-tale by Wilhelm Hauff. Like many German fairy-tales the setting is the Black Forest, which is nevertheless an interesting fact, keeping in mind that it was cold-war times and the Black Forest part of West-Germany. Apart from being a piece of very subtle socialist propaganda, it is an impressive work of art.

Wilhelm Hauff (29 November 1802 – 18 November 1827) was a Württembergian poet and novelist. Hauff was born in Stuttgart, the son of August Friedrich Hauff, a secretary in the Württemberg ministry of foreign affairs, and Hedwig Wilhelmine Elsaesser Hauff. He was the second of four children

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