CALLED VON KONIGSWINTER WOLFGANG MULLER
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A German lyric and epic poet and novelist; born at Konigswinter, Prussia, March 15, 1816; died at Neuenahr, Prussia, June 29, 1873. Originally a physician (1842), he was Member of the Frankfort Parliament in 1848, but abandoned both medicine and politics for literature. Among his works were: "Poems" (3d ed. 1868); "Legends of the Rhine in Ballad Form" (4th ed. 1873); "The May Queen" (1852), a charming village tale in verse; "Prince Minnewin" (2d ed. 1856); "Heinrich Heine's Journey to Hell" (1856), "Heinrich Heine's Journey to Hell" (1856), published anonymously; "Aschenbrodel" (Cinderella: 1863), an epic poem; the comedy "She has Uncovered her Heart"; and in the department of art history "Dusseldorf Artists" (1854) and "Munich Sketch Book" (1856). A selection of many of his best poems, entitled "Verses of a Rhine Poet", appeared in 6 vols., Leipzig, 1871-76.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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