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Adolf Pichler (1819–1900)

Pichler, Adolf (piċh’ler). An Austrian poet and naturalist; born at Erl in the Tyrol, Sept. 4, 1819; died in 1900. He wrote narratives of the revolutionary troubles of 1848, viz.: ‘The Days of March and October in Vienna, 1848’ (1850); and ‘The Italo-Tyrolean War’ (1849), in which he served as a volunteer. He wrote also a volume of ‘Poems’ (1853); ‘Hymns’ (2d ed. 1857); ‘From the Tyrol Mountains’ (1862); ‘Epigrams’ (1865); ‘All Sorts of Stories from the Tyrol’ (1867); ‘Boundary Stones,’ poetical narratives (1874); ‘Literature and Art,’ a volume of epigrams (1879); ‘In My Time,’ personal recollections (1892); ‘The Solitary’ (1896).