Heinrich Karl Fouqué, Baron de la Motte, was a German
soldier and popular writer, remembered for Undine (1811) which
tells the story of a water-spirit that gains a human soul by
marrying a mortal.
Undine, Simpkin, Marshall (London), 1818
Ring, A Romance, Oliver and Boyd (Edinburgh) and Whittaker
(London), 1825. 3 vols.
and Other Tales from the German, James Burns (LOndon),
(Including: "Rosaura and Her Knight"., "The Field
Fiction, Shorter Tales from the German of de la Motte
Fouqué, James Burns (London)
(Including: "The Eagle and the Lion", "The Vow",
"The Unknown Patient", "The Victor's Wealth", "Berthold",
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