Aims and Scope
Politics - Congress of Aix-la-Chapelle; Württemberg Constitution of 1818, Convocation of the State Parliaments in Southern Germany; Death of Queen Katharina von Württemberg; Murder of A. von Kotzebue; K. L. Sand's fate; The Carlsbad Decrees and the persecution of demagogues; the anti-Semitic Hep-Hep riots; the Liberal Revolution in Spain.
Career - Consolidation of her position as editor of the “Morgenblatt”; Giving up her editorships of the “Kunstblatt” and “Literatur-Blatt”; Translations, smaller essays, and “Huber's collected stories” (Vols. 3 and 4); Giving up her anonymity as a writer; Acquaintance with Jean Paul; Conflicts with J. F. von Cotta and A. Müllner.
Personal life - Relocation of the G. von Greyerz family to Augsburg; L. von Herder's stay in Switzerland; V. A. Huber's studies in Göttingen and Würzburg, his doctoral degree, his interest in the Spanish War of Liberation; Shorter trips in Southern Germany; Visits to Stuttgart by Göttingen relatives in Stuttgart.
- Approx. 1680 pages
- Type of Publication:
- Literary Studies; Huber, Therese; Letters; Cotta, J.F.
- Academics (German, Literary and Editing Studies), Libraries, Institutes