Stoll, Joseph Ludwig
Stoll, Joseph Ludwig, b. Vienna, March 31, 1777, d. Vienna, June 22, 1815, poet, dramatist and private scholar, son of Maximilian Stoll. Director at the Weimarer Hoftheater and at the Vienna Hofburgtheater (recommended by Goethe), together with L. Seckendorf founded the Viennese magazine "Prometheus" 1808. During Napoleon´s occupation of Vienna lost his post and died in poverty. Subject of L. Uhland´s poem "An einen verhungerten Dichter".
Edition: Poet. Schriften, 1811.
Literature: H. Seidler, Ö. Vormärz und Goethezeit, 1982.