INTRODUCTORY NOTE.

THE comparatively recent publication of Heine's fragmentary Memoirs -- not those which he himself tells us he destroyed, but the biographical record which, rather more than a year before his death, he commenced at the instigation of a friend -- has thrown a flood of light not only upon the childhood of the poet, but upon the influences which moulded him and the sources to which we may trace certain idiosyncrasies of his genius. In 1867 his enthusiastic biographer, Adolf Strodtmann1, brought together all the then available material relative to the boyhood of Heine, and it was taken for granted that nothing had escaped the industry of his research. Moreover, Heine has himself through out his writings been so prolific of hints and statements concerning his early life that even without the new light of the Memoirs there was no poverty of detail. But in these late "Confessions" we learn for the first time what were the most immediate and most potent factors in the

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Introductory Note. 9
  • Life of Heine - Chapter I 13
  • Chapter II 35
  • Chapter III 62
  • Chapter IV 86
  • Chapter V 109
  • Chapter VI 134
  • Chapter VII 169
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