The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 03 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English. in Twenty Volumes
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The German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 03 Masterpieces of German Literature Translated into English. in Twenty Volumes

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  • VOLUME III
  • THE GERMAN CLASSICS
    • IN TWENTY VOLUMES
  • THE GERMAN PUBLICATION SOCIETY NEW YORK
  • CONTENTS OF VOLUME III
    • POEMS[1]
      • DRAMAS
        • HISTORY AND LITERATURE
      • HISTORY AND LITERATURE
    • DRAMAS
      • HISTORY AND LITERATURE
    • HISTORY AND LITERATURE
    • ILLUSTRATIONS—VOLUME III
    • THE LIFE OF SCHILLER
    • POEMS
      • THE VEILED IMAGE AT SAÏS (1795)
      • THE IDEAL AND THE ACTUAL LIFE (1795)
      • GENIUS (1795)
      • VOTIVE TABLETS
        • MOTTO TO THE VOTIVE TABLETS.
        • THE GOOD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
        • VALUE AND WORTH
        • THE KEY
        • THE DIVISION OF RANKS
        • TO THE MYSTIC
        • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE
        • THE UNANIMITY
        • THE SCIENCE OF POLITICS
        • TO ASTRONOMERS
        • THE BEST GOVERNED STATE
        • MY BELIEF
        • FRIEND AND FOE
        • LIGHT AND COLOR
        • FORUM OF WOMEN
        • GENIUS
        • THE IMITATOR
        • CORRECTNESS
        • THE MASTER
        • EXPECTATION AND FULFILLMENT
        • THE PROSELYTE MAKER
        • THE CONNECTING MEDIUM
        • THE MORAL POET
        • THE SUBLIME THEME
        • SCIENCE
        • KANT AND HIS COMMENTATORS
        • THE MAIDEN FROM AFAR (1796)
        • THE GLOVE (1797)
      • MOTTO TO THE VOTIVE TABLETS.
      • THE GOOD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
      • VALUE AND WORTH
      • THE KEY
      • THE DIVISION OF RANKS
      • TO THE MYSTIC
      • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE
      • THE UNANIMITY
      • THE SCIENCE OF POLITICS
      • TO ASTRONOMERS
      • THE BEST GOVERNED STATE
      • MY BELIEF
      • FRIEND AND FOE
      • LIGHT AND COLOR
      • FORUM OF WOMEN
      • GENIUS
      • THE IMITATOR
      • CORRECTNESS
      • THE MASTER
      • EXPECTATION AND FULFILLMENT
      • THE PROSELYTE MAKER
      • THE CONNECTING MEDIUM
      • THE MORAL POET
      • THE SUBLIME THEME
      • SCIENCE
      • KANT AND HIS COMMENTATORS
      • THE MAIDEN FROM AFAR (1796)
      • THE GLOVE (1797)
      • THE CRANES OF IBYCUS (1797)
      • THE WORDS OF BELIEF (1797)
      • THE WORDS OF ERROR (1799)
      • THE GERMAN ART (1800)
      • COMMENCEMENT OF THE NEW CENTURY (1801)
      • CASSANDRA (1802)
      • RUDOLPH OF HAPSBURG (1803)
    • THE VEILED IMAGE AT SAÏS (1795)
    • THE IDEAL AND THE ACTUAL LIFE (1795)
    • GENIUS (1795)
    • VOTIVE TABLETS
      • MOTTO TO THE VOTIVE TABLETS.
      • THE GOOD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
      • VALUE AND WORTH
      • THE KEY
      • THE DIVISION OF RANKS
      • TO THE MYSTIC
      • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE
      • THE UNANIMITY
      • THE SCIENCE OF POLITICS
      • TO ASTRONOMERS
      • THE BEST GOVERNED STATE
      • MY BELIEF
      • FRIEND AND FOE
      • LIGHT AND COLOR
      • FORUM OF WOMEN
      • GENIUS
      • THE IMITATOR
      • CORRECTNESS
      • THE MASTER
      • EXPECTATION AND FULFILLMENT
      • THE PROSELYTE MAKER
      • THE CONNECTING MEDIUM
      • THE MORAL POET
      • THE SUBLIME THEME
      • SCIENCE
      • KANT AND HIS COMMENTATORS
      • THE MAIDEN FROM AFAR (1796)
      • THE GLOVE (1797)
    • MOTTO TO THE VOTIVE TABLETS.
    • THE GOOD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
    • VALUE AND WORTH
    • THE KEY
    • THE DIVISION OF RANKS
    • TO THE MYSTIC
    • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE
    • THE UNANIMITY
    • THE SCIENCE OF POLITICS
    • TO ASTRONOMERS
    • THE BEST GOVERNED STATE
    • MY BELIEF
    • FRIEND AND FOE
    • LIGHT AND COLOR
    • FORUM OF WOMEN
    • GENIUS
    • THE IMITATOR
    • CORRECTNESS
    • THE MASTER
    • EXPECTATION AND FULFILLMENT
    • THE PROSELYTE MAKER
    • THE CONNECTING MEDIUM
    • THE MORAL POET
    • THE SUBLIME THEME
    • SCIENCE
    • KANT AND HIS COMMENTATORS
    • THE MAIDEN FROM AFAR (1796)
    • THE GLOVE (1797)
    • THE CRANES OF IBYCUS (1797)
    • THE WORDS OF BELIEF (1797)
    • THE WORDS OF ERROR (1799)
    • THE GERMAN ART (1800)
    • COMMENCEMENT OF THE NEW CENTURY (1801)
    • CASSANDRA (1802)
    • RUDOLPH OF HAPSBURG (1803)
    • DRAMAS
      • INTRODUCTION TO WALLENSTEIN'S DEATH
      • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN
        • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
        • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN (1800)[23]
      • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
      • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN (1800)[23]
      • ACT I
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • WALLENSTEIN. COUNT TERZKY
        • SCENE III
        • SCENE IV.
        • SCENE V
        • SCENE VI
        • SCENE VII
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • WALLENSTEIN. COUNT TERZKY
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • ACT II
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
        • WALLENSTEIN, TERZKY
        • SCENE IV
        • SCENE V
        • SCENE VI
        • SCENE VII
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • WALLENSTEIN, TERZKY
      • SCENE IV
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • ACT III
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
        • DUCHESS.
        • SCENE IV
        • WALLENST.
        • SCENE V
        • SCENE VI
        • SCENE VII
        • SCENE VIII
        • SCENE IX
        • COUNTESS.
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • DUCHESS.
      • SCENE IV
      • WALLENST.
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • SCENE VIII
      • SCENE IX
      • COUNTESS.
      • SCENE X
        • SCENE XI
        • SCENE XII
        • COUNTESS, DUCHESS, THEKLA
        • SCENE XIII
        • SCENE XIV
        • WALLENSTEIN, ILLO, TERZKY
        • SCENE XV
        • SCENE XVI
        • SCENE XVII
        • SCENE XVIII
        • SCENE XIX
        • SCENE XX
        • TERZKY.
        • SCENE XXI
        • SCENE XXII
        • SCENE XXIII
        • ACT IV
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
        • SCENE IV
        • SCENE V
        • SCENE VI
        • SCENE VII
        • SCENE VIII
      • SCENE XI
      • SCENE XII
      • COUNTESS, DUCHESS, THEKLA
      • SCENE XIII
      • SCENE XIV
      • WALLENSTEIN, ILLO, TERZKY
      • SCENE XV
      • SCENE XVI
      • SCENE XVII
      • SCENE XVIII
      • SCENE XIX
      • SCENE XX
      • TERZKY.
      • SCENE XXI
      • SCENE XXII
      • SCENE XXIII
      • ACT IV
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • SCENE VIII
      • SCENE IX
        • SCENE X
        • SCENE XI
        • THEKLA, LADY NEUBRUNN
        • SCENE XII
        • THEKLA.
        • SCENE XIII
        • SCENE XIV
        • ACT V
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
        • SCENE IV
        • WALLENSTEIN, GORDON
        • SCENE V
        • SCENE VI
        • SCENE VII
        • SCENE VIII
        • SCENE IX
        • COUNTESS, GORDON
        • SCENE X
        • SCENE XI
      • SCENE X
      • SCENE XI
      • THEKLA, LADY NEUBRUNN
      • SCENE XII
      • THEKLA.
      • SCENE XIII
      • SCENE XIV
      • ACT V
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV
      • WALLENSTEIN, GORDON
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • SCENE VIII
      • SCENE IX
      • COUNTESS, GORDON
      • SCENE X
      • SCENE XI
    • INTRODUCTION TO WALLENSTEIN'S DEATH
    • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN
      • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
      • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN (1800)[23]
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
    • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN (1800)[23]
    • ACT I
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • WALLENSTEIN. COUNT TERZKY
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • WALLENSTEIN. COUNT TERZKY
    • SCENE III
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V
    • SCENE VI
    • SCENE VII
    • ACT II
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • WALLENSTEIN, TERZKY
      • SCENE IV
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • WALLENSTEIN, TERZKY
    • SCENE IV
    • SCENE V
    • SCENE VI
    • SCENE VII
    • ACT III
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • DUCHESS.
      • SCENE IV
      • WALLENST.
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • SCENE VIII
      • SCENE IX
      • COUNTESS.
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • DUCHESS.
    • SCENE IV
    • WALLENST.
    • SCENE V
    • SCENE VI
    • SCENE VII
    • SCENE VIII
    • SCENE IX
    • COUNTESS.
    • SCENE X
      • SCENE XI
      • SCENE XII
      • COUNTESS, DUCHESS, THEKLA
      • SCENE XIII
      • SCENE XIV
      • WALLENSTEIN, ILLO, TERZKY
      • SCENE XV
      • SCENE XVI
      • SCENE XVII
      • SCENE XVIII
      • SCENE XIX
      • SCENE XX
      • TERZKY.
      • SCENE XXI
      • SCENE XXII
      • SCENE XXIII
      • ACT IV
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • SCENE VIII
    • SCENE XI
    • SCENE XII
    • COUNTESS, DUCHESS, THEKLA
    • SCENE XIII
    • SCENE XIV
    • WALLENSTEIN, ILLO, TERZKY
    • SCENE XV
    • SCENE XVI
    • SCENE XVII
    • SCENE XVIII
    • SCENE XIX
    • SCENE XX
    • TERZKY.
    • SCENE XXI
    • SCENE XXII
    • SCENE XXIII
    • ACT IV
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • SCENE IV
    • SCENE V
    • SCENE VI
    • SCENE VII
    • SCENE VIII
    • SCENE IX
      • SCENE X
      • SCENE XI
      • THEKLA, LADY NEUBRUNN
      • SCENE XII
      • THEKLA.
      • SCENE XIII
      • SCENE XIV
      • ACT V
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV
      • WALLENSTEIN, GORDON
      • SCENE V
      • SCENE VI
      • SCENE VII
      • SCENE VIII
      • SCENE IX
      • COUNTESS, GORDON
      • SCENE X
      • SCENE XI
    • SCENE X
    • SCENE XI
    • THEKLA, LADY NEUBRUNN
    • SCENE XII
    • THEKLA.
    • SCENE XIII
    • SCENE XIV
    • ACT V
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • SCENE IV
    • WALLENSTEIN, GORDON
    • SCENE V
    • SCENE VI
    • SCENE VII
    • SCENE VIII
    • SCENE IX
    • COUNTESS, GORDON
    • SCENE X
    • SCENE XI
    • INTRODUCTION TO WILLIAM TELL
      • WILLIAM TELL
        • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
        • WILLIAM TELL (1804)[36]
      • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
      • WILLIAM TELL (1804)[36]
      • ACT I
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
        • SCENE IV
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV
      • ACT II
        • SCENE I
        • RUDENZ.
        • SCENE II
      • SCENE I
      • RUDENZ.
      • SCENE II
      • ACT III
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • FRIESS.
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • FRIESS.
      • ACT IV
        • SCENE I
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
        • ACT V
        • SCENE II
        • SCENE III
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • ACT V
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • THE HOMAGE OF THE ARTS
        • A MASQUE
        • A FATHER. A MOTHER. A YOUTH. A MAIDEN. CHORUS OF COUNTRY PEOPLE. GENIUS. THE SEVEN ARTS.
      • A MASQUE
      • A FATHER. A MOTHER. A YOUTH. A MAIDEN. CHORUS OF COUNTRY PEOPLE. GENIUS. THE SEVEN ARTS.
      • THE HOMAGE OF THE ARTS (1804)
        • THE FATHER
      • THE FATHER
    • WILLIAM TELL
      • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
      • WILLIAM TELL (1804)[36]
    • DRAMATIS PERSONÆ
    • WILLIAM TELL (1804)[36]
    • ACT I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • SCENE IV
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • SCENE IV
    • ACT II
      • SCENE I
      • RUDENZ.
      • SCENE II
    • SCENE I
    • RUDENZ.
    • SCENE II
    • ACT III
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • FRIESS.
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • FRIESS.
    • ACT IV
      • SCENE I
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
      • ACT V
      • SCENE II
      • SCENE III
    • SCENE I
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • ACT V
    • SCENE II
    • SCENE III
    • THE HOMAGE OF THE ARTS
      • A MASQUE
      • A FATHER. A MOTHER. A YOUTH. A MAIDEN. CHORUS OF COUNTRY PEOPLE. GENIUS. THE SEVEN ARTS.
    • A MASQUE
    • A FATHER. A MOTHER. A YOUTH. A MAIDEN. CHORUS OF COUNTRY PEOPLE. GENIUS. THE SEVEN ARTS.
    • THE HOMAGE OF THE ARTS (1804)
      • THE FATHER
    • THE FATHER
    • HISTORY AND LITERATURE
    • ON THE USE OF THE CHORUS IN TRAGEDY (1803)[63]
    • SCHILLER-GOETHE CORRESPONDENCE[64]
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