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Ludwig August Frankl (1810–1894)

Frankl, Ludwig August, Chevalier von Hochwart (fränkl). An Austrian poet; born at Chrast, Feb. 3, 1810; died at Vienna, March 14, 1894. His début was made with ‘A Lay of Hapsburg’ (1832), a series of ballads, followed (1836) by the epic ‘Christopher Columbus’; the Biblical poem ‘Rachel’ (1842); a poem ‘The University’ (1848); ‘Don John of Austria,’ a heroic poem (1846); ‘Lyric Poems,’ and ‘Epic and Lyric Poetry.’