Adolf Glassbrenner (March 27, 1810 in Berlin – September 25, 1876 in Hamburg), was a German humorist and satirist, considered part of the Young Germany Movement. Glassbrenner was born in Berlin. After working for a short time in a merchant's office, he turned to journalism, and in 1831 edited Don Quixote, a periodical which was suppressed in 1833 owing to its revolutionary tendencies. He next, under the pseudonym Adolf Brennglas, published a series of pictures of Berlin life, under the titles Berlin wie es ist undtrinkt (thirty parts, with illustrations, 1833–1849), and Buntes Berlin (fourteen parts, with illustrations, Berlin, 1837–1858), and thus became the founder of a popular satirical literature associated with modern Berlin. In 1840 he married the actress Adele Peroni (1813–1895), an

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  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (* 27. März 1810 in Berlin als Georg Adolph Theodor Glasbrenner; † 25. September 1876 ebenda) war ein deutscher Humorist und Satiriker, „Erfinder der querköpfig-verschmitzten Type, der Protokollant des biedermeierlichen Berlin, gar der Vater des Berliner Witzes“. Sein berühmtestes Werk schuf er von 1832 bis 1850 mit der Schriftenreihe Berlin wie es ist und – trinkt unter dem Pseudonym „Brennglas“. Insgesamt 32 Hefte erschienen in Berlin und Leipzig, einige davon mit Karikaturen von Theodor Hosemann. Ähnlichen Inhalts waren die Hefte Leben und Treiben der feinen Welt von 1834 und Berliner Volksleben von 1848 bis 1851. (de)
  • Adolf Glassbrenner (March 27, 1810 in Berlin – September 25, 1876 in Hamburg), was a German humorist and satirist, considered part of the Young Germany Movement. Glassbrenner was born in Berlin. After working for a short time in a merchant's office, he turned to journalism, and in 1831 edited Don Quixote, a periodical which was suppressed in 1833 owing to its revolutionary tendencies. He next, under the pseudonym Adolf Brennglas, published a series of pictures of Berlin life, under the titles Berlin wie es ist undtrinkt (thirty parts, with illustrations, 1833–1849), and Buntes Berlin (fourteen parts, with illustrations, Berlin, 1837–1858), and thus became the founder of a popular satirical literature associated with modern Berlin. In 1840 he married the actress Adele Peroni (1813–1895), and removed in the following year to Neustrelitz, where his wife had obtained an engagement at the Grand Ducal theatre. In 1848 Glassbrenner entered the political arena and became the leader of the democratic party in Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Expelled from that country in 1850, he settled in Hamburg, where he remained until 1858; and then he became editor of the Montagszeitung Berlin, where he died in 1876. His grave is preserved in the Protestant Friedhof III der Jerusalems- und Neuen Kirchengemeinde (Cemetery No. III of the congregations of Jerusalem's Church and New Church) in Berlin-Kreuzberg, south of Hallesches Tor. Among Glassbrenner's other humorous and satirical writings may be mentioned: * Leben und Treiben der feinen Welt (1834) * Bilder und Träume aus Wien (2 vols., 1836) * Gedichte (1851, 5th ed. 1870) * Neuer Reineke Fuchs (1846, 4th ed. 1870) * Die verkehrte Welt (1857, 6th ed. 1873) * Kaspar der Mensch (1850) * Berliner Volksleben (3 vols., illustrated; Leipzig, 1847-1851) * Lachende Kinder (14th ed., 1884) * Sprechende Tiere (20th ed., Hamburg, 1899). (en)
  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (Berlín, 27 de marzo de 1810 - ibídem, 25 de septiembre de 1876) fue un escritor satírico y periodista alemán. (es)
  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (27 mars 1810, Berlin - 25 septembre 1876, Berlin), né Georg Adolph Glasbrenner, était un écrivain satirique et journaliste allemand. (fr)
  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (Berlim, 27 de março de 1810 – Berlim, 25 de setembro de 1876), foi um comediante e satírico alemão. (pt)
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  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (* 27. März 1810 in Berlin als Georg Adolph Theodor Glasbrenner; † 25. September 1876 ebenda) war ein deutscher Humorist und Satiriker, „Erfinder der querköpfig-verschmitzten Type, der Protokollant des biedermeierlichen Berlin, gar der Vater des Berliner Witzes“. Sein berühmtestes Werk schuf er von 1832 bis 1850 mit der Schriftenreihe Berlin wie es ist und – trinkt unter dem Pseudonym „Brennglas“. Insgesamt 32 Hefte erschienen in Berlin und Leipzig, einige davon mit Karikaturen von Theodor Hosemann. Ähnlichen Inhalts waren die Hefte Leben und Treiben der feinen Welt von 1834 und Berliner Volksleben von 1848 bis 1851. (de)
  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (Berlín, 27 de marzo de 1810 - ibídem, 25 de septiembre de 1876) fue un escritor satírico y periodista alemán. (es)
  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (27 mars 1810, Berlin - 25 septembre 1876, Berlin), né Georg Adolph Glasbrenner, était un écrivain satirique et journaliste allemand. (fr)
  • Adolf Glaßbrenner (Berlim, 27 de março de 1810 – Berlim, 25 de setembro de 1876), foi um comediante e satírico alemão. (pt)
  • Adolf Glassbrenner (March 27, 1810 in Berlin – September 25, 1876 in Hamburg), was a German humorist and satirist, considered part of the Young Germany Movement. Glassbrenner was born in Berlin. After working for a short time in a merchant's office, he turned to journalism, and in 1831 edited Don Quixote, a periodical which was suppressed in 1833 owing to its revolutionary tendencies. He next, under the pseudonym Adolf Brennglas, published a series of pictures of Berlin life, under the titles Berlin wie es ist undtrinkt (thirty parts, with illustrations, 1833–1849), and Buntes Berlin (fourteen parts, with illustrations, Berlin, 1837–1858), and thus became the founder of a popular satirical literature associated with modern Berlin. In 1840 he married the actress Adele Peroni (1813–1895), an (en)
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