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Ignaz Vincenz Zingerle (1825–1892)

Zingerle, Ignaz Vincenz (tsing’ãrl-ė). An Austrian poet and story-writer, nephew of Pius; born at Meran, June 6, 1825; died at Innsbruck, Sept. 17, 1892. He was made professor of the German language and literature in the University of Innsbruck, 1859. Among his poetical works are: ‘Primroses’ (1848); ‘From the Alps’; ‘The Miller’s Wife’ (1853). He wrote also ‘Tyrolese Legends’ (1850); ‘The Tyrol’s Place in German Mediæval Literature’ (1851); ‘Children’s Stories from the Tyrol’ (1852); ‘Alliteration in the Middle-High-German Poets’ (1864); ‘Oswald von Walkenstein’ (1870).