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  • Carl Gottlieb Hinkel (1793 - 1817)
    Poet and Napoleonic Wars Freedom Fighter - Founder member of Corps Saxonia Leipzig The Poet and Freedom Fighter Carl Gottlieb Hinkel was a contemporary of Theodor Körner, Ernst Moritz Arndt and Fried...
  • Prof. Johann Mühlmann (1573 - 1613)
    Johann Mühlmann (1573-1613), Professor der Theologie an der Universität Leipzig, Kirchenlieder-Dichter, Superintendent der Nikolaikirche zu Leipzig. Johann(es) Mühlmann (auch Mülman oder Mulmanus) wu...
  • Ally Sheedy
    Alexandra Elizabeth "Ally" Sheedy (born June 13, 1962) is an American film and stage actress, as well as the author of two books. Following her film debut in 1983's Bad Boys she became known as one o...
  • Helen Hoyt (1887 - 1972)
    Helen Lyman commonly known as Helen Hoyt or Helen Hoyt Lyman (January 22, 1887–August 2, 1972) was an American poet. Life and work She was born as Helen Hoyt in Norwalk, Connecticut on January 22...
  • David "the General" Orbeliani (1739 - 1797)
    David Orbeliani (Georgian: დავით ორბელიანი), monikered David "the General" (დავით სარდალი, Davit’ Sardali) (January 11, 1739 – May 29, 1796) was a Georgian military figure, politician, translator, an...

A poet's work can be literal, meaning that his work is derived from a specific event, or metaphorical, meaning that his work can take on many meanings and forms. Poets have existed since antiquity, in nearly all languages, and have produced works that vary greatly in different cultures and time periods. Throughout each civilization and language, poets have used various styles that have changed through the course of literary history, resulting in a history of poets as diverse as the literature they have produced.

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