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Feodor von Wehl (1821–1890)

Wehl, Feodor von (vāl). A German novelist and poet; born at Kunzendorf, Silesia, Feb. 19, 1821; died at Hamburg, Jan. 22, 1890. He wrote the lyrico-dramatic poem ‘Holderlin’s Love’ (1852); a volume of verses, ‘From Heart to Heart’ (1867); ‘Fifteen Years in the Directorship of the Stuttgart Court Theatre’ (1886). His plays were published in 6 volumes, 1882. He wrote also: ‘Hamburg’s Literary Life in the Eighteenth Century’ (1856); ‘In Leisure Hours’ (1867); ‘At the Roaring Loom of Time’ (1869); ‘Time and Men’ (1889).