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The prince of homburg is a play by heinrich von kleist written in 1809–10, but not performed until 1821, after the author's death the title relates to the real prince of homburg at the battle of fehrbellin in 1675, friedrich von hessen- homburg (1633–1708), but beyond the name and place there is little if any resemblance. Books, literature, contemporary and literary fiction and non-fiction, reading as an experience, a devonshire based bookaholic,sock-knitting quilter who of the life and times of 21st century rural (west country) england and so my mind made a little connective leap to george eliot and middlemarch. The kleist prize, a prestigious prize for german literature, is named after him, as was the kleist theater in his birthplace this, together with the drama the prince of homburg (prinz friedrich von homburg oder die schlacht bei fehrbellin), which is among his best works, was first published by ludwig tieck in kleist's. His best known works are the theatre plays das käthchen von heilbronn, the broken jug, amphitryon, penthesilea and the novellas michael kohlhaas and the this, together with the drama the prince of homburg (prinz friedrich von homburg oder die schlacht bei fehrbellin), which is among his best works, was first.