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Adolf Bäuerle (1786–1859)

Bäuerle, Adolf (boi’er-le). An Austrian dramatist and novelist (1786–1859), who cultivated with much success the field of popular comedy and local farce in Vienna. Of his numerous plays the following became known also outside of Austria: ‘Leopold’s Day’ (1814); ‘The Enchanted Prince’ (1818); ‘The Counterfeit Prima Donna’ (1818); ‘A Deuce of a Fellow’ (1820); ‘The Friend in Need.’ Under the pseudonym “Otto Horn” he wrote the novels ‘Therese Krones’ (1854) and ‘Ferdinand Raimund’ (1855), full of the personal element and local anecdote.