Michael Beer (author)

Michael Beer (* 19. August 1800 in Berlin; † 22. March 1833 in Munich) was a German dramatist of Jewish origin. Its most well-known, in particular piece estimated of Goethe was the tragedy of the Pariah (Berlin uraufgeführt 1823), that, so the general German biography, shout of pain over the Pariastellung of the Judenthums.

His brother, the well-known composer Giacomo Meyerbeer, toned Michaels 1828 developed drama Struensee (dedicated the case of Johann Friedrich Struensee).


  • Lothar punt, Michael Beer 1800-1833. In: Leo Baeck Year Book 12 (1967), S. 149-160 (not seen)
  • The Diaries OF Giacomo Meyerbeer, 2003, S. 567 (literature composition) Google Book search

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