American philologist; born at Cracow, Austria, Sept. 4, 1866; educated at the gymnasium of Cracow, Hughes High School (Cincinnati, Ohio), Harvard University (A. B. 1889), and the University of Michigan (Ph.D. 1892). He took a postgraduate course in the University of Berlin, and on returning to the United States was appointed instructor in German at the University of Michigan; in 1895 he became assistant professor, and in 1902 professor, of German language and literature. Winkler has edited the following works: Lessing's "Emilia Galotti," with introduction and notes, 1895; Goethe's "Egmont," 1898; Schiller's "Wallenstein," 1901; and Goethe's "Iphigenie," 1905.

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