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This new edition is the first complete version of the correspondence between Ludwig Börne and his close confidante, Jeanette Wohl. All of the letters are furnished with a critical apparatus and enhanced through commentary about their historical context. This volume reveals how Börne established his reputation throughout Europe as an opposition writer and a foe of Metternich's police state. It is a rich source of information for research on German-Jewish history and provides scholars with biographical material, especially about Jeanette Wohl's contribution to Ludwig Börne's success as a writer.