The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Eichrodt, Ludwig

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The Encyclopedia Americana
Eichrodt, Ludwig
Edition of 1920. See also Ludwig Eichrodt on Wikipedia, and the disclaimer.

EICHRODT, īH'rōt, Ludwig, German poet: b. Durlach, Baden, 2 Feb. 1827; d. Lahr, 2 Feb. 1892. He studied at Heidelberg and Freiburg and published in 1848 in Fliegende Blätter his comic songs, “Wanderlust,” which had great popularity. Among his works are “Gedichte in allerlei Humoren” (1853); “Leben und Liebe” (1856); “Hortus Deliciarum” (1875); “Gold” (1880). His collected works were published in 1890 at Stuttgart.