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Andreas Gryphius

German playwright and poet who mostly wrote tragedies, such as for example Catharina von Georgien and Leo Arminius. He examined poetry at Danzig in 1634. One of is own professors in university, Peter Crüger, presented him towards the recently emerging design of poetry. His dad was a clergyman and he was still left an orphan from an early on age group. Fellow playwright William Shakespeare motivated a few of his use the type of Pyramus.

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