1813, Mar 181863, Dec 13
a German poet and dramatist. In 1840 he wrote the tragedy Genoveva, and the following year finished a comedy, Der Diamant, which he had begun at Munich. In 1842 he visited Copenhagen, where he obtained from King Christian VIII a small travelling studentship, which enabled him to spend some time in Paris and two years (1844–1846) in Italy. In Paris he wrote his fine "tragedy of common life," Maria Magdalena (1844).
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07/06/1840-Christian Friedrich Hebbel's Judith premieres in Berlin 
03/13/1846-Christian Friedrich Hebbel's Maria Magdalena premieres in Konigsberg
11/21/1850-Christian Friedrich Hebbel's Der Rubin premieres in Vienna 
03/25/1852-Christian Friedrich Hebbel's Agnes Bernauer premieres in Munich 
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