Friedrich stem

Friedrich Halm, Lithographie von Joseph Kriehuber  1858
Friedrich stem, lithography of Joseph Kriehuber 1858

Friedrich stem, actually Eligius Franz Joseph baron von Münch Bellinghausen (* 2. April 1806 in Krakau; † 22. May 1871 in Vienna) was a Austrian poet and dramatist.

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Eligius Franz Joseph baron von Münch Bellinghausen was born in Krakau as a son of a high official and visited first the pin High School in milks and the Scot High School in Vienna. Afterwards it began a study of philosophy and the jurisprudence at the University of Vienna. With 20 years it stepped with the k. k. Fiskalamt in Linz into the government service and brought it in the course of its life up to the government advice. On his long time its teacher, the Ästhetiker Enk of the castle, important influence had kept secret literary and poetic efforts. 1834 were specified by Münch Bellinghausens first work “Griseldis ” under the alias Friedrich stem with large success, maintained also later.

he took over 1845 with the title of a yard advice the first Kustosstelle at the k. k. Yard library, around which it made itself earned with important reforms. 1865 to 1869 he was a chairman of the board of directors of the German Schillerstiftung. 1869 to 1871 it led the two Viennese yard theatres as a general manager and was closely friendly with the castle actress Julie radish.


belongs to achievements as dramatists in the follow-up Franz Grillparzers to the most popular stage authors of its time. It had even more success than these on the theatre and oriented itself also at the Spanish drama. Its partly quite sensational plays are guessed/advised today to the majority in oblivion, from interest remain still the narrations affected by Heinrich of Kleist and the Italian Novellistik.



  • Griseldis, 1834
  • the Adept, 1836
  • Camoens, 1837
  • Imelda Lambertazzi, 1838
  • a mild judgement, 1840
  • the son of the wilderness, 1842
  • Sampiero, 1844
  • Maria there Molina, 1847
  • the Fechter of Ravenna, 1854
  • a queen, 1857
  • Iphigenie in Delphi, 1857
  • Begum Somru, 1860
  • game fires, 1864


  • of poems, 1850
  • collected works, 8 Bde., 1856-1864
  • narrations


  • Dietrich Arendt: The novellistische work Friedrich of stem. Marburg: Univ. Diss. 1953.
  • Gerhard soil: The style in the dramas Friedrich of stem. Görlitz 1911.
  • Paul Lambertz: The fünffüssige Jambus in the dramas Friedrich of stem (a metric investigation). Kassel 1914.
  • Charlotte Münster: Münch Bellinghausen (Friedrich stem) as a director of the Viennese of castle theatre. Vienna: Univ. Diss. 1943.
  • Karl Nahlik: Friedrich stem and the castle theatre. Vienna: Univ. Diss. 1948.
  • Tony PAGE: Friedrich Halm's “the eye of God”. At analysis OF the Comlete text. Oxford: Univ. Diss. 1988.
  • Rudolf Peltz: Stem and the stage. Münster i.W.: Univ. Diss. 1925.
  • Hermann Petersen: Friedrich stem “the Fechter of Ravenna”. Marburg at the Lahn: Univ. Diss. 1910.
  • Charlotte pure corner: Studies to stem narrations and their technology. Tübingen: Mohr 1912.
  • Hermann cutter: Friedrich stem and the Spanish drama. Berlin: Mayer and. Mueller 1909.
  • Edward Henry filter ore: A Typology OF Friedrich Halm's of drama. Ann Arbor, me.: Univ. Diss. 1973.
  • Curt Vancsa: New contributions for appreciation Friedrich of stem. Vienna: 1927.

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