Blind

Blind

[blahynd]
Blind, Karl, 1826-1907, German revolutionary and German-English writer. Arrested for his part in the German uprisings of 1848-49, he was later freed and from 1852 lived in England. There he became a distinguished writer on politics, history, literature, and especially German folklore and ethnology. He was the stepfather of the poet Mathilde Blind, 1841-96, who as Claude Lake published four books of poetry and in her own name became a leader in the struggle for women's rights.
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