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Zeitreise 66 - Fritz Reuter

In , through the personal intervention of the grand-duke of Mecklenburg, he was delivered over to the authorities of his native state, and the next two years he spent in the fortress of Domitz, but in was set free, an amnesty having been proclaimed after the accession of Frederick William IV to the Prussian throne.

Although Reuter was now thirty years of age, he went to Heidelberg to resume his legal studies; but he soon found it necessary to return to Stavenhagen, where he aided in the management of his father's farm. After his father's death, however, he abandoned farming, and in settled as a private tutor at the little town of Treptow in Pomerania. Reuter's first publication was a collection of miscellanies, written in Plattdeutsch, and entitled Lauschen un Riemels "anecdotes and rhymes, " ; a second collection followed in The book, which was received with encouraging favour, was followed by Polterabendgedichte , and De Reis' Nah Belligen , the latter a humorous poem describing the adventures of some Mecklenburg peasants who resolve to go to Belgium which they never reach to learn the secrets of an advanced civilization.

In Reuter left Treptow and established himself at Neubrandenburg, resolving to devote his whole time to literary work. His next book published in was Kein Hiisung, an epic in which he presents with great force and vividness some of the least attractive aspects of village life in Mecklenburg.

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This was followed, in , by Hanne Niite un de liitte Pudel, the best of the works written by Reuter in verse. In Reuter's popularity was largely increased by Schurr-Murr, a collection of tales, some of which are in High German, but this work is of slight importance in comparison with the series of stories, entitled Olle Kamellen "old stories of bygone days". The first volume, published in , contained Woans ick tau'ne Fru kam and Ut de Franzosentid. Ut mine Festungstid formed the second volume; Ut mine Stromtid the third, fourth and fifth volumes; and Dorchlauchting the sixth volume-all written in the Plattdeutsch dialect of the author's home.

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Woans ick tau 'ne Fru kam is a bright little tale, in which Reuter tells, in a half serious half bantering tone, how he wooed the lady who became his wife. In Ut de Franzosentid the scene is laid in and neai Stavenhagen in the year , and the characters of the story are associated with the great events which then stirred the heart of Germany to its depths. Ut mine Festungstid is of less general interest than Ut de Franzosentid, a narrative of Reuter's hardships during the term of his imprisonment, but it is not less vigorous either in conception or in style. Ut mine Stromtid is by far the greatest of Reuter's writings.

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The men and women he describes are the men and women he knew in the villages and farmhouses of Mecklenburg, and the circumstances in which he places them are the circumstances by which they were surrounded in actual life. As in Ut de Franzosentid he describes the deep national impulse in obedience to which Germany rose against Napoleon, so in Ut mine Stromtid he presents many aspects of the revolutionary movement of In Reuter transferred his residence from Neubranden- burg to Eisenach. He helped to initiate the development of regional dialect literature in Germany.

His best works, which mirrored the provincial life of Mecklenburg, are written in Plattdeutsch, a north German dialect. Back to Profile.