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Abraham Emanuel Fröhlich (1796–1865)

Fröhlich, Abraham Emanuel (frė’liċh). A Swiss poet and fabulist (1796–1865). His first work was a volume of ‘Fables’ (1825), followed (1827) by a small volume of ‘Swiss Lays.’ ‘The Gospel of St. John in Songs’ (1835) explains itself. He also wrote ‘Elegies on Cradle and Bier’ (1835); three epics on the Reformers Zwingli, Ulrich von Hutten, and Calvin; a volume of ‘Rhymed Proverbs’ (1850); ‘Selected Psalms and Spiritual Songs’ (2d ed. 1845).