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Uhland   /ˈulənd/   Listen
Uhland

noun
1.
German romantic poet (1787-1862).  Synonym: Johann Ludwig Uhland.






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"Uhland" Quotes from Famous Books



... and quiet enjoyment, travelling from Thun to Entelbuch on our way to Lucerne. The time glided too swiftly away. We read the 'Genevieve' of Coleridge, and the 'Christabel,' and many scraps of song, and little German ballads of Uhland, simple and strange. At noon we stopped at Langnau, and walked into the fields, and sat down by a stream of pure water that turned a mill; and a little girl came out of the mill and brought us cherries; and the shadow of ...
— Home Life of Great Authors • Hattie Tyng Griswold

... literary pleasure had been the study of the German poets. She had a poetic mind, and had learned to produce good rhymes. The songs of Uhland, Heine, and Schiller delighted her. She had loved to read the strange stories of Hoffman, and the imaginative works of Baron Fouque. She used to aspire to be an author or poet, but these aspirations had received no countenance from Mrs. Woods, and yet the latter seemed rather proud ...
— The Log School-House on the Columbia • Hezekiah Butterworth



Words linked to "Uhland" :   Johann Ludwig Uhland, poet



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