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Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794

LC control no.n 83041816
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Personal name headingRaspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794
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Variant(s)Raspe, R. E. (Rudolf Erich), 1737-1794
Raspe, Rudolph, 1737-1794
Raspe, E., 1737-1794
Raspe, Rudolph Eric, 1737-1794
Raspe, Rudolphus Ericus, 1737-1794
Raspė, Rudolʹf Ėrikh, 1737-1794
Birth date1737-03
Death date1794-11
Found inMünchhausen ohnegleichen, 1977: t.p. (Rudolf Erich Raspe)
InU/3 cent. drama files (usage: E. Raspe; Rudolph Eric Raspe; Rudolph Raspe)
LC in OCLC, 6/25/83 (hdg.: Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794; usage: Rudolf Erich Raspe; R.E. Raspe)
BLC (Rudolf Raspe; compiler of the Baron Munchausen adventures and stories, not the author; he was not Baron Munchausen)
Allg. deut. biog. (compiled Baron Müncchausen's stories and adventures and had them published in London in 1785)
Encyc. Brit. (Adventures of Baron Münchhausen compiled by R. E. Raspe)
LCCN 08-885: Specimen historiæ naturalis globi terraquei, 1763 (hdg.: Raspe, Rudolf Erich, 1737-1794; usage: Rudolpho Erico Raspe)
Zanimatelʹnyĭ Mi︠u︡nkhauzen, 2004: t.p. (Rudolʹfom Ėrikhom Raspė)
Wikipedia, July 1, 2014 (Rudolf Erich Raspe; born March 1736 in Hanover; died November 1794 in Killarney, County Kerry; a German librarian, writer and scientist. He is best known for his collection of tall tales, The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen, originally a satirical work with political aims. The Baron Munchausen tales were made famous when they were 'borrowed', translated into German, and embellished somewhat by Gottfried August Bürger in 1786)
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