Johanna Schopenhauer

Johanna Schopenhauer in 1800 Johanna Schopenhauer (née Trosiener; July 9, 1766 – April 17, 1838) was the first German woman to publish books without a pseudonym, an influential literary salon host, and in the 1820s the most famous female author in Germany. She is the mother of the philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer, with whom she had a disagreeable relationship. Provided by Wikipedia
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