1797, Jan 261870, Apr 13
a German-American author, linguist and translator, and second wife of biblical scholar Edward Robinson. None of the poetry she wrote in her St. Petersburg years were published during her lifetime, and most of it was probably destroyed. In 1816, the family moved back to Halle. Though she continued to write poetry and short stories, she was reluctant to publish them publicly in her own name. In 1836, she anonymously submitted "Popular Poetry of the Teutonic Nations," to the North American Review .
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