Handelsvertrag mit Gott

Ein Menschenfreund vermacht die Hälfte seines Vermögens den Armen. Als er stirbt prallen die Argumente des Anwalts der Hinterbliebenen-Familie auf die des Staates. Wenn beide...

Die Räuber

The charismatic but rebellious student Karl is deeply loved by his father. The younger brother, Franz, who appears as a cold, calculating villain, plots to wrest away Karl's...

The Bride Of Messina

The play is set in Sicily, at a time when Paganism and Christianity meet, thus again outlining this theme. It is one of the most controversial works by Schiller attempting to...

Wallenstein's Death

In the last part of the Wallenstein trilogy the conflict anticipated in the second play erupts and leads to a tragic conclusion. Having learned that the negotiators he has sent to...

Schiller's Poems

Schiller's Poems of the Second Period including: Hymn to Joy, The Invincible Armada, The Gods of Greece, Resignation, The Conflict, The Artists, The Celebrated Woman, Written in a...

Demetrius

An incomplete drama based on the life of Demetrius, briefly Russian czar between 1604 and 1605. It is a reflection on the individual's responsibility in history and on the rule of...

Do Sublime Ao Trágico

As contribuições de Schiller para a estética datam da década de 1790, e o tema do sublime ocupa posição central em seus estudos. Ao discuti-lo, Schiller busca uma ferramenta...

The Maid Of Orleans: A Tragedy

The play loosely follows the life of Joan of Arc. It contains a prologue introducing the important characters, followed by five acts. Each dramatizes a significant event in Joan's...

Schiller's Poems

Schiller's Poems of the Third Period including: The Meeting, The Secret, The Assignation, Longing, The Pilgrim, The Ideals, The Youth by the Brook, The Lay of the Mountain, The...

Mary Stuart: A Tragedy

Mary Stuart is imprisoned in England for the murder of her husband Darnley. Her imprisonment may well be politically motivated because of her claim to the throne of England held...

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