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us: Rodange, Michel, 1827-1876


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    • us: Rodange, Méchel, 1827-1876
    • us: Rodange, M. (Michel), 1827-1876
    • us: M. R. (Michel Rodange), 1827-1876
    • us: R., M. (Michel Rodange), 1827-1876
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1827-01-03
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1876-08-27
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Waldbillig (Luxembourg)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Luxembourg
    • Death Place

        (naf) Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
    • Death Place

        Clausen (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: Luxembourg. Administration des ponts et chaussées
        • Affiliation Start: 1860
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        ltz
    • Associated Language

        ger
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Creative writing
          (lcsh) Poetry
            (lcsh) Civil engineering
              (lcsh) Roads--Design and construction
                (lcsh) Education, Elementary
              • Occupation

                  (lcsh) Authors
                    (lcsh) Poets
                      (lcsh) Civil engineers
                        (lcsh) Elementary school teachers
                    • Additonal Related Forms

                      • us: Letzebreger, 1827-1876
                    • Sources

                      • found: Rodange, Michel. D'Léierchen, 1990: t.p. (Michel Rodange; 1827-1876; Gedicht) p. 5 (Méchel Rodange) p. 9 (the most significant Luxembourgish-language poet of the 19th century; born 3 January 1827, in Waldbillig) p. 11 (1854, his first published poem, in Wächter an der Sauer) p. 16-17 (in 1872, publication of the anonymous Renert oder de Fuuss am Frack an a Maansgréisst, op en Neis fotograféiert vun engem Letzebréger, the only book published during his lifetime; last residence in Clausen, from 1873) p. 18 (died there 27 August 1876)
                      • found: Deutsches Literatur-Lexikon, 1966 (Rodange, Michel; b. Jan. 3, 1827, Waldbillig, Luxemburg; d. Aug. 1876, same place)
                      • found: Renert, 1995: t.p. (Méchel Rodange)
                      • found: OCLC, 16 May 2016 (access points: Rodange, Michel, 1827-1876, Rodange, Michel, Rodange, M. (Michel), 1827-1876, Letzebreger, Engem; usages: Michel Rodange, M. Rodange, Méchel Rodange, vun engem Letzebreger (M. Rodange), vun engem letzebreger (M. Rodange), vun engem Letzebreger, von Engem Letzebreger)
                      • found: Dictionnaire des auteurs luxembourgeois, viewed online 13 May 2016 (Michel Rodange; pseudonyms: **, ***, Michel [genannt] Blauäuglein, D., ......E., M.R., M.R. Méllerdal, R., Rabilliaco, Von einem pessimistischen Bierphilister, vun engem Letzebreger, "Wäschfra" für alle (Eine); 03.01.1827 Waldbillig-27.08.1876 Luxembourg-Clausen; he; 1847, became primary school teacher in Steinsel; in 1854, became principal primary school teacher in Larochette; from February 1860, served as cantonal machinist for Administration des ponts et chaussées in Echternach, Capellen, and Wiltz; after 1873, assistant public works agent (conducteur) with Administration des ponts et chaussées, living in Luxembourg-Clausen; published his first poems in German in 1854, in the journal Der Wächter an der Sauer; embarked on the support of autonomous Luxembourgish literature; later, writing included political and social satire; author of play; one pseudonymous book: Renert, oder, De Fuuss am Frack an a Ma'nsgrësst, vun engem Letzebreger (Michel Rodange), first published 1872, a satirical epic poem; all other pseudonyms used only as part of collaboration in periodical issues)
                    • LC Classification

                      • PT2635.O244
                    • Editorial Notes

                      • [Pseudonyms not found in published works represented in OCLC database as of 16 May 2016: Blauäuglein, Michel; Méllerdal, M. R.; Rabilliaco; Pessimistische Bierphilister; Wäschfra für alle]
                    • Change Notes

                      • 2000-09-26: new
                      • 2016-05-25: revised
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