The Tale of the Ghost Ship

Wilhelm Hauff (November 29, 1802 – November 18, 1827), German poet and novelist, was born at Stuttgart, the son of a secretary in the ministry of foreign affairs, who was best known for publishing collection of classic fairy tales, which became very popular. On leaving the university, Wilhelm became a tutor to the children of the famous Württemberg minister of war, General Baron Ernst Eugen von Hugel, and for them wrote his Märchen fairy tales. Some of these stories are very popular in German-speaking countries to this day, such as "The History of Little Mook", "The Tale of the Ghost Ship", "The Dwarf Nose", and "The Cold Heart" and many others.

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Duration 0h : 28m
Age recommendation 9-12


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