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Eberhard Werner Happel (1647—1690)

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Jean-Jacques Werner (1791—1849)

Joan Ann Werner Laurie (1920—1964) book and magazine editor

Kenny Werner (b. 1951)

M. R. Werner (1897—1981)

Per-Erik Werner

Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1945—1982)

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A poetic drama by Lord Byron, published 1822, founded on ‘The German's Tale’ in Sophia and Harriet Lee's Canterbury Tales.

Subjects: Literature.

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Lord Byron (1788—1824) poet