FRIEDRICH WILHELM ZIEGLER
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A German actor and dramatist; born at Brunswick, 1760; died at Vienna, 1827. He played at the Vienna Court Theatre with steady success for nearly forty years. Several of his dramas hold the stage to-day: as "Party Rage", and "The Four Temperaments". He wrote: "Dramatic Works" (5 vols., 1791-94); "The Dramatic Art" (1821); "Man with Relation to the Fine Arts, Particularly the Art Dramatic" (1825); etc.
By Charles Dudley Warner
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