Heinrich and Julius Hart

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Julius Hart

The brothers Heinrich and Julius Hart were German writers and literary critics who collaborated closely. They were among the pioneers of naturalism in German literature.

Heinrich was born December 30, 1855, in Wesel and died June 11, 1906, in Tecklenburg. Julius was born April 9, 1859, in Münster and died July 7, 1930, in Berlin.

The Hart brothers published works of literary criticism, notably Kritische Waffengänge(parts 1–6, 1882–84), in which they opposed the light reading chosen by the bourgeoisie.

Works[edit]

  • Hart, J. Sansara (1879)
  • Hart, J. The Triumph of Life (1898)
  • Hart, H. Gesammelte Werke, vols. 1–4. Berlin (1907)
  • Hart, J. Revolution der Ästhetik. Berlin (1908)
  • Hart, H. Song of Humanity, an attempt to depict the panorama of man's development from ancient times. He finished only three "songs":
    • "Tul and Nahila" (1888)
    • "Nimrod" (1888)
    • "Moses" (1896)

References[edit]

  • Hart, Heinrich and Julius at the Great Soviet Encyclopedia. Accessed April 1013
  • Jürgen, I. Der Theaterkritiker Julius Hart. Berlin, 1956. (Dissertation.)