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Ludwig Uhland

a.k.a. Johann Ludwig Uhland

Author Code: GLUX

Born: Apr. 26, 1787 - Tubingen, Germany

Died: Nov. 13, 1862 - Tubingen, Germany

Educated at Tubingen in literature, languages and law, Uhland worked as an attorney and in the Wurttemburg ministry of justice in Stuttgart. In 1815, he published his first book of poetry, Poetry of the Fatherland, which was extremely popular, running to over 50 editions. In 1819, he was elected as a representative for Tubingen at the legislature chamber. From 1829 to 1832, he was a professor of German at the University of Tubingen. He resigned when he was elected to the Landtag parliament in 1832. Uhland withdrew from politics in 1838, however he returned during the 1848 revolution to sit as a member of the German National Assembly. He returned to Tubingen in 1850 and continued to publish poetry and numerous scholarly works on German sagas and folklore. His poetry has been said to be a blend of Goethe and Schiller, but his style is his own and unique. A number of Uhland's lieder were put to music by Schubert.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
GLUX001 Selected Poetry
  The Blind King
  The Castle by the Sea
  The Chapel
  Charlemagne's Voyage
  On the Death of A Child
  Departure
  Farewell
  Free Art
  The Good Comrade
  The Hostess' Daughter
  The Lost Church
  The Luck of Edenhall
  The Minstrel's Curse
  The Shepherd's Song on the Lord's Day
  Song of the Mountain Boy
  Suabian Legend
  Taillefer
  The White Hart
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