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Ludwig Stephan Foglar (1820–1888)

Foglar, Ludwig Stephan (fō’glär). An Austrian poet; born in Vienna, Dec. 24, 1820; died at Kammer, Aug. 15, 1888. Among his poems, mostly lyric, are: ‘Cypresses’ (1842); ‘Sunbeams and Shadows’ (1846); ‘Clara von Vissegrad,’ an epic (1847); ‘Freedom’s Breviary’ (1848); ‘Joyful and Sorrowful’ (1867); ‘Saint Velocipede’ (1869), a satire (under the pseudonym “Leberecht Flott”).