Polish critic and author; born 1855 in Galicia. He studied at the universities of Lemberg, Munich, and Leipsic, receiving from the last named the degree of doctor of philology for his treatise, "Characteristik Trembecki's, ein Beitrag zur Slavischen Litteratur-Geschichte" (Leipsic, 1882). He is now (1902) director of the Hebrew school at Lemberg.

Biegeleisen has published: "Franciszek Bohomolnik," 1879; "Tymon Zalorowsky," in the "Atheneum," 1883; "Pan Tadeush Mickiewicz," a study of literary esthetics, Warsaw, 1884; "Julius Slomatzky," 2 vols., Lemberg, 1895; and "Posthumous Letters of Slomatzky" ("Genezis z Ducha"), etc., 1886. He has also contributed to various periodicals, among other articles, the following "Karol Dickens"; "Fiziognomika w Smietle Nojnomszych Badan"; "Ewolucia Piskno Przyroda"; and "Henry lbsen."

  • Orgelbrand, Encyklop. Powsjechna, Warsaw, 1898.
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