The American Cyclopædia (1879)/Müller von Königswinter, Wolfgang

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The American Cyclopædia
Müller von Königswinter, Wolfgang
Edition of 1879. See also Wolfgang Müller von Königswinter on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

MÜLLER VON KÖNIGSWINTER, Wolfgang, a German poet, born at Königswinter, near Bonn, March 5, 1816. He studied medicine at Bonn, graduated at Berlin in 1840, and was a physician in Düsseldorf from 1842 to 1853, when he removed to Cologne, where he became a popular poet, novelist, and chronicler of the Rhine region. Among his works are: Junge Lieder (1841); Balladen und Romanzen (1842); Rheinfahrt (1846); Gedichte (2d ed., 1857); Lorelei (2d ed., 1857); Eine Maikönigin (1852); Prinz Minnewin (1854); Der Rattenfänger von St. Goar (1857); Johann von Werth (1858); Erzählungen eines rheinischen Chronisten (1860); Vier Burgen (1862); Zum stillen Vergnügen (1865); Der Pilger in Italien (1868); and Durch Kampf zum Sieg (1871).