Till Eulenspiegel

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Till Eulenspiegel is the German name of a trickster figure originating in Middle Low German folklore, whose in picaresque adventures in various regions have often been dramatized. The last name if often used as a term to refer to a buffoon, fool, trickster or jester.

He appears appears in many cultures under a variety of names, for instance as "Owlglass" in English, "Uilenspiegel" in Dutch and "Uilspieël" in Afrikaans.

For more on the character and dramatized versions of his adventures, see "Till Eulenspiegel" in Wikipedia[1].

For South African productions of dramatized versions, go to Eulenspiegel

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