Category Archives: Ludwig Uhland


Ludwig Uhland: “Night Journey”

Excerpt, “Schiller’s Homage of the Arts, with it Miscellaneous Pieces from Rückert, Freiligrath, and Other German Poets.”  By Charles T. Brooks. 1846.

J. Ludwig Uhland: “Bout Rimes — III. The Night-wanderers”

J. Ludwig Uhland: “Bout Rimes — II. The Troubadour and the Critic”

J. Ludwig Uhland: “Bout Rimes — I. The Critic”

 

J. Ludwig Uhland: “The New Fairy-Tale”

J. Ludwig Uhland: “The Cavalier By Night”

Ludwig Uhland: “The German Philological Association”

J. Ludwig Uhland: “The Cupbearer of Limburg”

Excerpt, “The Songs and Ballads of Uhland.” Translated from the German by the Rev. W. W. Skeat, M.A. 1864.

Illustrations from “German Poets and Their Times:  A Series of Memoirs and Translations” by Joseph Gostwick with Portraits by C. Jager. 1874.

J. Ludwig Uhland (1787–1862)

Ludwig Uhland: “The Peasant’s Rule”

Excerpt:  “The Book of German Songs from the Sixteenth to the Nineteenth Century.” Translated and Edited by H. W. Dulcken. 1856.

J. Ludwig Uhland: “Tom Thumb”

Excerpt, “German Lyric Poetry:  A Collection of Songs and Ballads.”  Translated from the Best German Lyric Poets, with Notes by Charles Timothy Brooks.  1863.

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