Roquette was born in Krotoschin, Prussian Province of Posen. The son of a district court councillor, he first went to Bromberg (modern Bydgoszcz) in 1834, and from 1846 to 1850 studied Philology and History in Heidelberg, Berlin, and Halle. After tours in Switzerland and Italy, he moved to in Berlin in 1852. He became a teacher in Dresden in 1853. He returned to Berlin in 1857 and in 1862 became a professor of literary history at the War Academy until he changed to the Vocational Academy (now the Berlin Institute of Technology) in 1867. In 1868 he joined the Vandalia-Teutonia Berlin. From 1869 he taught at the Polytechnic in Darmstadt (now TU Darmstadt). In 1893 he was named to the Geheimrat. Roquette befriended the German author Paul Heyse and, like Heyse, was a member of the literary gro

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  • Otto Roquette (* 19. April 1824 in Krotoschin bei Posen; † 18. März 1896 in Darmstadt) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller. (de)
  • Отто Рокетт (нем. Otto Roquette; 1824—1896) — немецкий писатель, профессор литературы и истории в дармштадтском политехникуме. Небывалый успех выпал на долю его грациозной и юмористически-романтической поэмы: «Waldmeisters Brautfahrt. Ein Rhein-Wein- und Wandermärchen» (1851; 66 изд., 1893), которую он, 25 лет спустя, дополнил «Rebenkranz zu Waldmeisters silberner Hochzeit» (5 изд., 1885). К его лучшим эпическим произведениям принадлежат ещё «Hans Heidekukuk» (4 изд., 1894) и «Cesario». Большими художественными достоинствами и глубиной психологического анализа отличаются его романы и повести: «Heinrich Falk» (2 изд., 1879), «Die Prophetenschule» (2 изд., 1882), «Das Buchstabierbuch der Leidenschaft», «Grosse und kleine Leute in Alt-Weimar» (из жизни Шиллера и Гёте), «Frühlingsstimmen». Драматические произведения его: «Die Protestanten in Salzburg», «Reineke Fuchs», «Rampsinit», «Die Schlange», «Lanzelot», «Der Schelm von Bergen», «Hanswurst», «Gevatter Tod». В 1894 г. Рокетт опубликовал автобиографию «Семьдесят лет» (нем. «Siebzig Jahre»). При написании этой статьи использовался материал из Энциклопедического словаря Брокгауза и Ефрона (1890—1907). (ru)
  • Roquette was born in Krotoschin, Prussian Province of Posen. The son of a district court councillor, he first went to Bromberg (modern Bydgoszcz) in 1834, and from 1846 to 1850 studied Philology and History in Heidelberg, Berlin, and Halle. After tours in Switzerland and Italy, he moved to in Berlin in 1852. He became a teacher in Dresden in 1853. He returned to Berlin in 1857 and in 1862 became a professor of literary history at the War Academy until he changed to the Vocational Academy (now the Berlin Institute of Technology) in 1867. In 1868 he joined the Vandalia-Teutonia Berlin. From 1869 he taught at the Polytechnic in Darmstadt (now TU Darmstadt). In 1893 he was named to the Geheimrat. Roquette befriended the German author Paul Heyse and, like Heyse, was a member of the literary group "Rütli". Roquette's pseudo-romantic and epigonic lyric poetry and his fairy tale-laden epic verse is representative of Butzenscheibenlyric. From 1850 on, his works were extremely popular and especially beloved in conservative circles. His fashionable post-revolution poetry was a deliberate departure from the politically tinged verse of the pre-March era. His celebrated verse-epic on themes of love, wine, and youth, Waldmeisters Brautfahrt, first appeared in 1851 and enjoyed sensational success for a book at that time – appearing in more than 50 editions over thirty years. Roquette's work was popular with some Lieder composers. His 1851 poem Noch ist die blühende, goldene Zeit was fit to a well-known folk tune in 1863 by musician Wilhelm Baumgartner. Roquette was also a novelist, playwright, literary historian and autobiographer. Roquette died in Darmstadt. Later generations found Roquette's work to be predominantly shallow and of little artistic value, and it is virtually forgotten today. (en)
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  • Otto Roquette (* 19. April 1824 in Krotoschin bei Posen; † 18. März 1896 in Darmstadt) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller. (de)
  • Отто Рокетт (нем. Otto Roquette; 1824—1896) — немецкий писатель, профессор литературы и истории в дармштадтском политехникуме. Небывалый успех выпал на долю его грациозной и юмористически-романтической поэмы: «Waldmeisters Brautfahrt. Ein Rhein-Wein- und Wandermärchen» (1851; 66 изд., 1893), которую он, 25 лет спустя, дополнил «Rebenkranz zu Waldmeisters silberner Hochzeit» (5 изд., 1885). К его лучшим эпическим произведениям принадлежат ещё «Hans Heidekukuk» (4 изд., 1894) и «Cesario». Большими художественными достоинствами и глубиной психологического анализа отличаются его романы и повести: «Heinrich Falk» (2 изд., 1879), «Die Prophetenschule» (2 изд., 1882), «Das Buchstabierbuch der Leidenschaft», «Grosse und kleine Leute in Alt-Weimar» (из жизни Шиллера и Гёте), «Frühlingsstimmen». Дра (ru)
  • Roquette was born in Krotoschin, Prussian Province of Posen. The son of a district court councillor, he first went to Bromberg (modern Bydgoszcz) in 1834, and from 1846 to 1850 studied Philology and History in Heidelberg, Berlin, and Halle. After tours in Switzerland and Italy, he moved to in Berlin in 1852. He became a teacher in Dresden in 1853. He returned to Berlin in 1857 and in 1862 became a professor of literary history at the War Academy until he changed to the Vocational Academy (now the Berlin Institute of Technology) in 1867. In 1868 he joined the Vandalia-Teutonia Berlin. From 1869 he taught at the Polytechnic in Darmstadt (now TU Darmstadt). In 1893 he was named to the Geheimrat. Roquette befriended the German author Paul Heyse and, like Heyse, was a member of the literary gro (en)
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