Johann Peter Hebel

Johann Peter Hebel was a German poet, theologian, and educator, best known for his collection of Alemannic dialect poems and stories titled 'Allemannische Gedichte' and his calendar stories in 'Der Rheinländische Hausfreund'. Born on May 10, 1760, in Basel, and died on September 22, 1826, in Schwetzingen, Hebel's work is appreciated for its humor, humanity, and keen observation of everyday life. His writings remain an important part of German literature and cultural history.


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  1. 1. Schatzkästlein des Rheinischen Hausfreundes

    "Schatzkästlein des Rheinischen Hausfreundes" is a collection of short stories, anecdotes, and fables that offer wisdom and moral lessons. The book, written in the early 19th century, provides a glimpse into the culture and values of the time. The stories are known for their simplicity, humor, and unexpected twists, and they often feature everyday people facing moral dilemmas. The book remains a classic of German literature.