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ZIMMERN, HELEN:

German authoress; born at Hamburg March 25, 1846. She went to England at an early age, and resided there till 1887, when she removed to Florence. She has written lives of Schopenhauer (1873), Maria Edgeworth (1883), and Sir Laurence Alma-Tadema (1902), and has also translated "Tales from the Eddas" (1882), "The Epic of Kings" (1882), "Comedies of Goldoni" (1892), and the "Pentamerone" (1893). She likewise contributed a volume on the Hansa towns to "The Story of the Nations" series (1899).

Bibliography:
  • Who's Who, 1905;
  • New International Encyclopedia, s.v.
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