Brettislaw und Jutta

Right up till the 1848 revolution, Carl Ebert, a close friend of František Palacký, was one of the leading representatives of provincial patriotism and a supporter of close Czech-German cooperation and language equality. For him, being a patriot meant above all allegiance to a common Czech homeland and history. In Czech mythology he found a theme for his heroic epic Vlasta, the work that cemented his reputation as a leading Prague poet in both Czech and German-speaking society.

Subject: Prague of the National Revival
Author: Ebert, Karl Egon
Title: Brettislaw und Jutta
Date: 1829
Place of publication: Prague
Publisher: J. G. Calve
Origin: acquired in 1966
Licence: Free license

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