Friedrich Kaiser

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Friedrich Kaiser

Friedrich Kaiser (3 April 1814, Biberach - 6 November 1874, Vienna) was an Austrian playwright. During his youth he was one of the most popular people in Vienna. Some of his plays were "Hans Hasenkopf" (1835); "Wer wird Amtmann" (1840), "Palais und Irrenhaus" (1863), "Des Krämers Töchterlein" (1862), "Pater Abraham a Sancta Clara" as well as many others. He also wrote the historical novel "Ein Plaffenfeben."[1]


  1. ^ "Friedrich Kaiser." The Oxford Companion to German Literature. Oxford University Press, 1976, 1986, 1997, 2005. 12 Nov. 2009.