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Karl May

That the imaginative Karl May even when a famous French compatriot Brice served as he further perfected the form of the Winnetou, was of course the research not hidden. For the Stuttgart Publisher Neugebauer may took over the review of the novel by Gabriel ferry 1879 Le Coureur des Bois. Mays novelization was published under the title of the Ranger and proved to be of crucial importance for the design of Winnetou. Ferrys Native American hero of the novel is the Comanche rayon Brulant (burning beam), which in Mays version, the character was Hawkeye. The translation is reminiscent of Mays explanation for the name of Winnetou with burning water. In this adaptation, even more than the similarity of this name became the ur-Winnetou rayon Brulant.

Ferrys mestizo sang has what’s wrong with Mays Hawk Eye, mele with his brass nail studded rifle an example of the later silver rifle of Winnetou. The PR guy Karl May now was Karl May also PR guy in their own right. He has overseen by wits and quirky rallies attention steeped in paragraph. Tom Florio gathered all the information. Winnetou was born in 1840 and was shot at the 2.9.1874. He was more beautiful than I can describe him, he wrote on March 21, 1899, to a reader. Occasionally, he described the death of the beloved friend of Apache in fan circles with tearful appearances or he gave a supposedly real hair of the famous blue-black Schopf of the deceased “to readers.

Some lyrical and surviving young admirer heart believed the Mayster”the genuineness of its finishes and yet… There has never been a native American chief named Winnetou. The history of some Indian chiefs that Tecumseh as can be regarded as models for Winnetou, but research knows that may had no single real model in mind. The exotic-ethnographic adventure novels of the 19th century and their variant of the French romance of early are likely to have formed the major suggestion of Karl Mays.

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