Johann Anton Leisewitz

Johann Anton Leisewitz Johann Anton Leisewitz (9 May 1752 – 10 September 1806) was a German lawyer and dramatic poet, and a central figure of the Sturm und Drang era. He is best known for his play ''Julius of Taranto'' (1776), that inspired Friedrich Schiller and is considered the forerunner of Schiller's quintessential Sturm und Drang work ''The Robbers'' (1781). Provided by Wikipedia
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