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Ludwig Eichrodt (1827–1892)

Eichrodt, Ludwig (ī’ċh’rōt). A German humorous poet (1827–92); born near Karlsruhe. His pieces in the comic papers—which began in 1848 with ‘The Itch for Travel,’ in Fliegende Blätter—were collected as: ‘Poems in All Humors’; ‘Lyric Caricatures’; ‘The Tailor’s Pocketbook’; ‘Life and Love’ (poems). Among his dramatic poems are ‘The Counts Palatine, or a Night in the Lanes of Heidelberg,’ and ‘Alboin.’ His ‘Collected Poems’ (2 vols., 1890) comprise his best pieces.