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| deathdate = [[4 Jun]], [[1875]]
| deathplace = [[Stuttgart]]
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'''Eduard Friedrich Mörike''' ([[Ludwigsburg]], [[September 8 September]], [[1804]] &ndash; [[June 4 Jun]], [[1875]] indi [[Stuttgart]]) wasmerupakan apensyair [[Germany|Germanromantik]] [[Romanticism|romantic]]daripada [[Poetry|poetJerman]].
== Rujukan ==
He studied [[Theology]] at the [[University of Tübingen|Seminary of Tübingen]], and followed the ecclesiastical career, becoming a [[Lutheranism|Lutheran]] [[pastor]]. In 1834 he was appointed pastor of Cleversulzbach near [[Weinsberg]], and, after his early retirement for reasons of health, in 1851 became professor of [[German literature]] at the Katharinenstift in [[Stuttgart]]. This office he held until his retirement in 1866; but he continued to live at Stuttgart until his death on the 4th of June 1875.
[[Image:Home of Morike.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Mörike's home in [[Lorch, Württemberg]]]]
Mörike is a member of the so-called [[Swabia]]n school which gathered round [[Ludwig Uhland]]. His poems, ''Gedichte'' (1838; 22nd ed., 1905), are mostly lyrics, often humorous, but expressed in simple and natural language. His ''lieder'' (songs) are traditional in form and have been compared to those of [[Johann Wolfgang von Goethe|Goethe]]. He also wrote a somewhat fantastic ''Idylle vom Bodensee, oder Fischer Martin und die Glockendiebe'' (1846; 2nd ed., 1856), and published a collection of hymns, odes, elegies and idylls of the Greeks and Romans, entitled ''Klassische Blumenlese'' (1840), and several novels and narratives, among the former ''Maler Nolten'' ("The painter Nolten", 1832; 6th ed., 1901), a [[bildungsroman]] which enjoyed great popularity. Another work is the [[novella]] ''Mozart auf der Reise nach Prag'' ("[[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]] on the way to [[Prague]]", 1856), a humorous examination of the problems of artists in a world uncongenial to art. Many of his lyrics were set to music by [[Hugo Wolf]]. Mörike's ''Gesammelte Schriften'' (''Collected Writings'') were first published in 4 volumes.
== References ==
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|NAME = Mörike, Eduard Friedrich
|DATE OF BIRTH = [[September 8]], [[1804]]
|PLACE OF BIRTH = [[Ludwigsburg]]
|DATE OF DEATH = [[June 4]], [[1875]]
|PLACE OF DEATH = [[Stuttgart]]
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