Ludwig Eichrodt

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Ludwig Eichrodt (February 2, 1827, Durlach bei Karlsruhe – February 2, 1892, Lahr) was a German poet and dramatist.

Biography[edit]

Ludwig Eichrodt was the son of Ludwig Friedrich Eichrodt (1798-1844), an officer, and Elisabeth (née Joos, 1809-1891) Eichrodt. He studied at Heidelberg and Freiburg and published in 1848 in Fliegende Blätter his comic songs, “Wanderlust,” which had great popularity.

Literary works[edit]

  • Gedichte in allerlei Humoren (Stuttgart 1853)
  • Schneiderbüchlein (anonymous with H. Goll, Stuttgart 1853)
  • Leben und Liebe, poems (Frankfurt 1856)
  • Die Pfalzgrafen, dramatic poem (Lahr 1859)
  • Deutsches Knabenbuch; Weltruhm in Reimsprüchen (Lahr 1865)
  • Alboin, dramatic poem (Bühl 1865)
  • Rhein-schwäbisch, poem in middle-Baden dialect (Karlsruhe 1869, 2. Aufl. 1873)
  • Lyrischer Kehraus (Straßburg 1869, 2 Teile)
  • Lyrische Karikaturen, anthology (Straßburg 1869)
  • Biedermeiers Liederlust (Straßburg 1870)
  • Melodien, songs (Stuttgart 1875)
  • Hortus dellclarum, humorous anthology (Lahr 1876-80, 6 Teile)
  • Gold. Sammlung des Ursprünglichen und Genialen in deutscher Lyrik (Leipzig 1882)

His collected works were published in 1890 at Stuttgart.

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