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Gottlieb Konrad Pfeffel (1736–1809)

Pfeffel, Gottlieb Konrad (pfā’fel). A German poet; born at Colmar, June 28, 1736; died there, May 1, 1809. He became totally blind in 1758. He is best known as a fabulist. He wrote ‘Ibrahim’; ‘The Tobacco Pipe’; ‘Theatrical Diversions after French Models’ (1765); ‘Dramatic Plays for Children’ (1769). A selection from his ‘Fables and Poetical Narratives’ was published in 1810.