- (1830–1914)German author and Nobel laureate, 1910. In the late 19 century Paul Heyse, whose mother was Jewish, wrote novels and novellas in elegant verse and prose that enjoyed great literary esteem. Towards the end of the century, they were attacked and derided by the German naturalist school for their obsession with style and form. However, he was the first German writer to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament. Joan Comay . 2012.
Look at other dictionaries:
HEYSE, PAUL — (1830–1914), German author and Nobel Prize winner. Heyse was born in Berlin and became one of the outstanding and most controversial figures in late 19th century German literature. His father was a Christian, and professor at the University of… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Heyse, Paul — (1830 1914) German author. He wrote elegant novels and novellas, but towards the end of the century they were attacked by the German naturalist school. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1910 … Dictionary of Jewish Biography
Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig von — ▪ German writer born March 15, 1830, Berlin, Prussia [Germany] died April 2, 1914, Munich, Ger. German writer and prominent member of the traditionalist Munich school who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1910. Heyse studied… … Universalium
Heyse, Paul (Johann Ludwig von) — (15 mar. 1830, Berlín, Prusia–2 abr. 1914, Munich, Alemania). Escritor alemán. Estudioso independiente de la academia, en Munich encabezó un círculo de escritores que buscaba preservar los valores artísticos tradicionales de la intrusión del… … Enciclopedia Universal
Heyse, Paul (Johann Ludwig von) — born March 15, 1830, Berlin, Prussia died April 2, 1914, Munich, Ger. German writer. An independent scholar, he led a circle of writers in Munich who sought to preserve traditional artistic values from the encroachment of political radicalism,… … Universalium
Heyse, Paul Johan Ludwig — ► (1830 1914) Escritor alemán. Fue premio Nobel de Literatura en 1910. Obras: La doncella de Tre ppi y L´Arrabbiata, entre otras … Enciclopedia Universal
HEYSE, PAUL JOHANN — German poet and novelist, born at Berlin; in 1854 he settled at Münich, where he enjoyed the patronage of King Max of Bavaria; he has been a voluminous writer of popular novelettes, novels, dramas, and narrative poems, besides which he has… … The Nuttall Encyclopaedia
Paul von Heyse — Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse, geadelt 1910 (* 15. März 1830 in Berlin; † 2. April 1914 in München), war ein deutscher Schriftsteller. Paul Heyse, ca. 1860 … Deutsch Wikipedia
Paul Heyse — Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse (15 mars, 1830, Berlin 2 avril, 1914) est un écrivain allemand. Il étudie les langues classiques et traduit de nombreux … Wikipédia en Français
Paul Johann Ludwig Heyse — Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse Paul Johann Ludwig von Heyse (15 mars, 1830, Berlin 2 avril, 1914) est un écrivain allemand. Il étudie les langues classiques et traduit de nombreux … Wikipédia en Français