Definition of H. Clauren
What does the word H. Clauren mean?
part of speech: noun
pseudonym of Carl Heun. A German story-writer and dramatist; born in Dobrilugk, March 20, 1771; died at Berlin, Aug. 2, 1854. He held numerous official positions after studying law, but story-telling and farce-writing occupied the greater part of his time, "The Sombre Room" and "Mimili" were two of his early and successful tales. His poem "The King Called, and All, All Came", and his farces, are still remembered. He blended sentimentality and realism in a popularly taking but inartistic manner.