Felix Lindner

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Max Arthur Wilhelm Felix Lindner (born May 4, 1849 in Oels ; † July 31, 1917 in Rostock ) was a German English and grammar school teacher .


Felix Lindner, son of a pastor, passed his Abitur in 1868 in the Silesian town of Bunzlau and then began studying modern languages. During his studies in 1868 he became a member of the Arminia Breslau fraternity . After a few semesters at the Universities of Breslau and Berlin , he went to Spring Hill College Moseley in Birmingham in 1871 for a one-year study visit. After his return he received his doctorate in Rostock in 1872 with a thesis on the relations between Ortnit and Huon de Bordeaux . The state examination followed at the University of Breslau in 1873; In Rostock, Lindner completed his habilitation in the same year with a thesis on the prefix a in English .

In 1873 he became a teacher at the large city school in Rostock. At the same time he began to teach as a private lecturer at the University of Rostock. There he became an associate professor in 1891. In 1906 he gave up teaching at the school.

Lindner was a member of the examination commissions for candidates from the higher education authority and for senior teachers. From 1897 he was director of the English seminar at the University of Rostock.

Individual evidence

  1. In other sources Bunzlau (Silesia) is mentioned as his place of birth.
  2. ^ Hugo Böttger (ed.): Directory of the old fraternity members according to the status of the winter semester 1911/12. Berlin 1912, p. 122.
  3. Felix Lindner: About the relations of Ortnit to Huon de Bordeaux. Univ.-Buchdr. von Adler's Erben, 1872, p. 1 ( limited preview in Google book search)
  4. ^ Franz Pfeiffer: Germania. JB Metzler, 1874, p. 128 ( limited preview in Google book search)
  5. Felix Lindner in the Catalogus Professorum Rostochiensium, URL: http://purl.uni-rostock.de/cpr/00002934 (accessed on June 24, 2018)

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