Heine was a great poet whose verses were set to music by many song composers.
Offering Heine tea was the one thing that shook his calmness.
Heine is the most elegant and graceful writer of his country, and Chopin the most elegant and graceful of all composers.
Such were Heine's views at that time, and with them he went to Gttingen.
This very cousin Karl had been nursed by Heine at the risk of his own life during the cholera-plague of 1832 in Paris.
Who can divine what Heine's thoughts, what his hopes were, when he took this step?
There is much resemblance between Byron's attitude towards Napoleon and Heine's.
In Heine's character, certainly, there were sharp contrasts.
The career of Heine was exceptionably brilliant, and he won tributes of admiration that have seldom been equalled.
Heine, another of Carlyle's "blackguards," achieves the same synthesis.