Sprechen Sie Deutsch? Carl Friedrich Lessing (1808-1880)

by Matthew Innis |

“Then would I depict lonely and terrible regions, rotting and broken bridges, between two rough cliffs facing a precipice, through which the forest stream forces its foaming course, lost travellers whose garments flutter in the moist wind, the dreaded figures of robbers ascending from the gully, waggons fallen upon and plundered, and battle against the…

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