Karl slip of paper
After graduating from the Wilhelmsgymnasium in Munich in 1848 , Zettel studied at the Ludwig Maximilians University in Munich and passed the state examination for higher education. He then worked as a private teacher and court master , then as a teacher, study teacher and professor at grammar schools in Eichstätt, Munich and Regensburg. He took early retirement and lived in Munich. Zettel published his own poetry and was one of the most successful anthologists. He gave u. a. out the anthologies “Edelweiss. Für Frauensinn und Frauenherz ”(1869. 44th edition. 1896, 51st – 56th thousand n.d.) with an additional miniature edition (30th edition. 1896),“ Heidenröslein. Lieder von Liebeslust und Frühlingfreud '”(1886, 22nd ed. 1895, 95th – 100th thousand, 1900),“ I think yours ”(1883, 39th edition. 1896) and“ In zarte Frauenhand ”(1887, 10th edition) . 1895 edition). Anthologies such as the “Heidenröslein” are characteristic of small-format splendid editions in the late 19th century, which were mostly bought as gifts for women.
- Literature by and about Karl Zettel in the catalog of the German National Library
- Heidenröslein. Songs of love and joy in spring '
- The estate is in the Bavarian State Library
- Max Leitschuh: The matriculations of the upper classes of the Wilhelmsgymnasium in Munich , 4 vols., Munich 1970-1976 .; Vol. 4, p. 49.
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Note, Carl|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German educator and poet|
|DATE OF BIRTH||April 22, 1831|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Munich|
|DATE OF DEATH||March 30, 1904|
|Place of death||Munich|