Vondel's Lucifer
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Vondel's Lucifer

By Joost van den Vondel
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  • VONDEL'S LUCIFER
  • TRANSLATED FROM THE DUTCH
    • BY
  • LEONARD CHARLES VAN NOPPEN
    • ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN AARTS
      • MCMXVII
      • Dedicated by permission
      • To the
      • Holland Society of New Vork
      • Which has ever shown a great interest in the
      • achievements of the heroic race to which
      • it proudly traces its origin
      • and
      • To my brother
      • Charles Leonard van Noppen
      • Whose inspiring love and self-sacrificing
      • devotion have made this effort
      • possible
      • Contents.
      • Illustrations.
    • MCMXVII
    • Dedicated by permission
    • To the
    • Holland Society of New Vork
    • Which has ever shown a great interest in the
    • achievements of the heroic race to which
    • it proudly traces its origin
    • and
    • To my brother
    • Charles Leonard van Noppen
    • Whose inspiring love and self-sacrificing
    • devotion have made this effort
    • possible
    • Contents.
    • Illustrations.
    • Translator's Preface.
    • Introduction.
      • Vondel's Lucifer in English.
    • Vondel's Lucifer in English.
    • Introduction: Dr. Kalff.
    • Vondel:
      • His Life and Times.
    • His Life and Times.
    • The "Lucifer."
    • Bibliography of Vondelian Literature.
    • J. van Vondel's
  • Lucifer
    • A tragedy
      • 1654
    • 1654
    • DEDICATION.
    • On the Portrait of His Imperial Majesty. Ferdinand the Third.
    • A Word to All Fellow-Academicians and Patrons of the Drama.
  • Lucifer
    • The Argument
    • Dramatis Personæ.
    • ACT I.
    • Act II.
    • ACT III.
    • ACT IV.
    • Act V.
      • The End.
    • The End.
    • The Critical Cult.
    • Board of the Queen Wilhelmina Lectureship, Columbia University
    • Parallelisms Between Vondel and Milton.
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