The Works of Frederick Schiller
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The Works of Frederick Schiller

By Friedrich Schiller
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Table of Contents
  • THE WORKS
    • CONTENTS:
  • HISTORY OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR IN GERMANY.
  • PREFACE TO THE SIXTH EDITION.
    • Book I.
      • Book II.
        • Book III.
        • Book IV.
        • Book V.
      • Book III.
      • Book IV.
      • Book V.
    • Book II.
      • Book III.
      • Book IV.
      • Book V.
    • Book III.
    • Book IV.
    • Book V.
  • HISTORY OF THE THIRTY YEARS' WAR IN GERMANY.
    • BOOK I.
  • Book II.
  • Book III.
  • Book IV.
  • Book V.
  • THE WORKS
  • PREFACE TO THE EDITION.
  • THE HISTORY
    • CONTENTS.
    • THE AUTHOR'S PREFACE.
    • INTRODUCTION.
  • BOOK I.
    • PHILIP II., RULER OF THE NETHERLANDS.
    • THE TRIBUNAL OF THE INQUISITION
    • OTHER ENCROACHMENTS ON THE CONSTITUTION OF THE NETHERLANDS.
    • WILLIAM OF ORANGE AND COUNT EGMONT.
    • MARGARET OF PARMA REGENT OF THE NETHERLANDS.
  • BOOK II.
    • COUNT EGMONT IN SPAIN.
    • SEVERER RELIGIOUS EDICTS—UNIVERSAL OPPOSITION OF THE NATION.
  • BOOK III.
    • THE GUEUX.
      • PUBLIC PREACHING.
    • PUBLIC PREACHING.
  • BOOK IV.
    • THE ICONOCLASTS.
    • CIVIL WAR
    • RESIGNATION OF WILLIAM OF ORANGE.
    • DECAY AND DISPERSION OF THE GEUSEN LEAGUE.
    • ALVA'S ARMAMENT AND EXPEDITION TO THE NETHERLANDS.
    • ALVA'S FIRST MEASURES, AND DEPARTURE OF THE DUCHESS OF PARMA.
    • TRIAL AND EXECUTION OF COUNTS EGMONT AND HORN.
    • SIEGE OF ANTWERP BY THE PRINCE OF PARMA, IN THE YEARS 1584 AND 1585.
  • THE GHOST-SEER; OR, APPARITIONIST.
    • FROM THE PAPERS OF COUNT O———-
  • BOOK II.
    • LETTER I.
    • LETTER II.
    • LETTER III.
    • LETTER IV.
    • LETTER V.
    • LETTER VI.
    • LETTER VII.
    • LETTER VIII.
    • LETTER IX.
    • LETTER X.
    • COUNT O———- IN CONTINUATION.
  • THE SPORT OF DESTINY
  • THE ROBBERS.
    • SCHILLER'S PREFACE.
    • ADVERTISEMENT TO THE ROBBERS.
    • PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION.
    • THE ROBBERS.
    • THE ROBBERS
      • SCENE I.—Franconia.
    • SCENE I.—Franconia.
    • SCENE II.—A Tavern on the Frontier of Saxony.
    • SCENE III.—MOOR'S Castle.—AMELIA'S Chamber.
    • ACT II.
    • SCENE II.—Old Moor's Bedchamber.
      • HECTOR.
        • ANDROMACHE.
        • HECTOR.
      • ANDROMACHE.
      • HECTOR.
    • HECTOR.
      • ANDROMACHE.
      • HECTOR.
    • ANDROMACHE.
    • HECTOR.
    • SCENE III.—THE BOHEMIAN WOODS.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE II.—Country near the Danube.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.*—Gallery in the Castle.
    • SCENE II.*—Gallery in the Castle.
    • SCENE III.—Another Room in the Castle.
    • Scene IV.—In the Garden.
    • SCENE V.—A neighboring forest. Night. An old ruined castle in the centre of the scene.
    • ACT V.
    • SCENE II.—The scene the same as the last scene of the preceding Act.
      • SCENE VIII.
        • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE IX.
  • FIESCO, OR THE GENOESE CONSPIRACY.
    • AUTHOR'S PREFACE.
  • FIESCO; OR, THE GENOESE CONSPIRACY.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE I.—A Saloon in FIESCO'S House. The distant sound of dancing and music is heard.
      • SCENE IL
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.—An apartment in the house of VERRINA.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE I.—A Saloon in FIESCO'S House. The distant sound of dancing and music is heard.
    • SCENE IL
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.—An apartment in the house of VERRINA.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.—The Palace of ANDREAS.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.-An Ante-chamber in FIESCO'S Palace.
      • SCENE XVI.
      • SCENE XVII.
      • SCENE XVIII.
      • SCENE XIX. FIESCO, alone.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.—The Palace of ANDREAS.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.-An Ante-chamber in FIESCO'S Palace.
    • SCENE XVI.
    • SCENE XVII.
    • SCENE XVIII.
    • SCENE XIX. FIESCO, alone.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.—An apartment in FIESCO'S house. In the middle of the back scene a glass door, through which is seen a view of the sea and Genoa. Daybreak.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE II.—An apartment in FIESCO'S house. In the middle of the back scene a glass door, through which is seen a view of the sea and Genoa. Daybreak.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.
      • SCENE XVI.
      • SCENE XVII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE XVI.
    • SCENE XVII.
  • LOVE AND INTRIGUE.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.—A Chamber in the PRESIDENT.'S House.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.—A Chamber in the PRESIDENT.'S House.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.—An old valet of the DUKE'S, with a casket of jewels. The former.
      • SCENE III.—FERDINAND VON WALTER. The former.
      • SCENE IV.—Miller's House.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE II.—An old valet of the DUKE'S, with a casket of jewels. The former.
    • SCENE III.—FERDINAND VON WALTER. The former.
    • SCENE IV.—Miller's House.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.—Room in MILLER'S House.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.—Room in MILLER'S House.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.—A magnificent Saloon in LADY MILFORD'S House.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.—A magnificent Saloon in LADY MILFORD'S House.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
  • THE CAMP OF WALLENSTEIN
    • THE CAMP OF WALLENSTEIN.
      • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
  • THE PICCOLOMINI,
    • PREFACE.
      • THE PICCOLOMINI.
      • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • THE PICCOLOMINI.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • FOOTNOTES.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • FOOTNOTES.
  • THE DEATH OF WALLENSTEIN.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
        • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.
      • SCENE XVI.
      • SCENE XVII.
      • SCENE XVIII.
      • SCENE XIX.
      • SCENE XX.
      • SCENE XXI.
      • SCENE XXII.
      • SCENE XXIII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE XVI.
    • SCENE XVII.
    • SCENE XVIII.
    • SCENE XIX.
    • SCENE XX.
    • SCENE XXI.
    • SCENE XXII.
    • SCENE XXIII.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • FOOTNOTES.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • FOOTNOTES.
  • WILHELM TELL.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
  • WILHELM TELL.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
    • SCENE II.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
        • FOOTNOTES.
      • FOOTNOTES.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
      • FOOTNOTES.
    • FOOTNOTES.
  • DON CARLOS.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.
      • SCENE XVI.
      • SCENE XVII.
      • SCENE XVIII.
      • SCENE XIX.
      • SCENE XX.
      • SCENE XXI.
      • SCENE XXII.
      • SCENE XXIII.
      • SCENE XXIV.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE XVI.
    • SCENE XVII.
    • SCENE XVIII.
    • SCENE XIX.
    • SCENE XX.
    • SCENE XXI.
    • SCENE XXII.
    • SCENE XXIII.
    • SCENE XXIV.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
  • DEMETRIUS
    • ACT I.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
  • MARY STUART.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • ACT IV.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
      • SCENE XIV.
      • SCENE XV.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE XV.
  • THE MAID OF ORLEANS.
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
    • PROLOGUE.
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • ACT II.
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • ACT III.
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
  • ACT IV.
    • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE XIII.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE XIII.
    • ACT V.
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
      • SCENE III.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE V.
      • SCENE VI.
      • SCENE VII.
      • SCENE VIII.
      • SCENE IX.
      • SCENE X.
      • SCENE XI.
      • SCENE XII.
      • SCENE IV.
      • SCENE XIV.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
    • SCENE III.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE V.
    • SCENE VI.
    • SCENE VII.
    • SCENE VIII.
    • SCENE IX.
    • SCENE X.
    • SCENE XI.
    • SCENE XII.
    • SCENE IV.
    • SCENE XIV.
  • THE BRIDE OF MESSINA
  • THE BRIDE OF MESSINA
    • DRAMATIS PERSONAE.
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE—The hall of pillars. It is night.
        • THE END
      • THE END
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE—The hall of pillars. It is night.
      • THE END
    • THE END
  • ON THE USE OF THE CHORUS IN TRAGEDY.
  • SCHILLER'S POEMS
    • CONTENTS:
      • POEMS OF SCHILLER.
      • POEMS OF THE FIRST PERIOD.
        • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE.
      • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE.
    • POEMS OF SCHILLER.
    • POEMS OF THE FIRST PERIOD.
      • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE.
    • HECTOR AND ANDROMACHE.
    • AMALIA.
    • A FUNERAL FANTASIE.
    • FANTASIE—TO LAURA.
    • TO LAURA AT THE HARPSICHORD.
    • GROUP FROM TARTARUS.
    • RAPTURE—TO LAURA.
    • TO LAURA. (THE MYSTERY OF REMINISCENCE.) [2]
    • MELANCHOLY—TO LAURA.
    • THE INFANTICIDE.
    • THE GREATNESS OF THE WORLD.
    • FORTUNE AND WISDOM.
    • ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG MAN. [5]
    • THE BATTLE.
    • ROUSSEAU.
    • FRIENDSHIP.
    • ELYSIUM.
    • THE FUGITIVE.
    • TO MINNA.
    • THE FLOWERS.
    • THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE.
    • TO A MORALIST.
    • COUNT EBERHARD, THE GROANER OF WURTEMBERG.
    • TO THE SPRING.
    • SEMELE:
      • SCENE I.
      • SCENE II.
    • SCENE I.
    • SCENE II.
  • POEMS OF THE SECOND PERIOD.
    • HYMN TO JOY.
    • THE INVINCIBLE ARMADA.
    • THE GODS OF GREECE.
    • RESIGNATION.
    • THE CONFLICT.
    • THE ARTISTS.
    • THE CELEBRATED WOMAN.
    • WRITTEN IN A YOUNG LADY'S ALBUM.
  • POEMS OF THE THIRD PERIOD.
    • THE MEETING.
    • THE SECRET.
    • THE ASSIGNATION. [14]
    • LONGING.
    • EVENING.
    • THE PILGRIM.
    • THE IDEALS.
    • THE YOUTH BY THE BROOK. [16]
    • TO EMMA.
      • THE FAVOR OF THE MOMENT.
    • THE FAVOR OF THE MOMENT.
    • THE LAY OF THE MOUNTAIN.
    • THE ALPINE HUNTER.
    • DITHYRAMB. [23]
    • THE FOUR AGES OF THE WORLD.
    • THE MAIDEN'S LAMENT.
    • TO MY FRIENDS.
    • PUNCH SONG.
    • NADOWESSIAN DEATH-LAMENT.
    • THE FEAST OF VICTORY.
    • PUNCH SONG.
    • THE COMPLAINT OF CERES. [29]
    • THE ELEUSINIAN FESTIVAL.
    • THE RING OF POLYCRATES. [32]
    • THE CRANES OF IBYCUS.
    • THE PLAYING INFANT.
    • HERO AND LEANDER. [34]
    • CASSANDRA.
    • THE HOSTAGE.
    • GREEKISM.
    • THE DIVER.
    • THE KNIGHT OF TOGGENBURG.
    • THE FIGHT WITH THE DRAGON.
    • FEMALE JUDGMENT.
    • FRIDOLIN; OR, THE WALK TO THE IRON FOUNDRY.
    • THE GENIUS WITH THE INVERTED TORCH.
    • THE COUNT OF HAPSBURG. [38]
    • THE FORUM OF WOMAN.
    • THE GLOVE.
    • THE CIRCLE OF NATURE.
    • THE VEILED STATUE AT SAIS.
    • THE DIVISION OF THE EARTH.
  • THE FAIREST APPARITION.
    • THE IDEAL AND THE ACTUAL LIFE.
    • GERMANY AND HER PRINCES.
    • DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES.
    • THE MAIDEN FROM AFAR.
    • THE HONORABLE.
    • PARABLES AND RIDDLES.
    • THE VIRTUE OF WOMAN.
    • THE WALK.
    • THE LAY OF THE BELL.
    • THE POWER OF SONG.
    • TO PROSELYTIZERS.
    • HONOR TO WOMAN.
    • HOPE.
    • THE GERMAN ART.
    • ODYSSEUS.
    • CARTHAGE.
    • THE SOWER.
    • THE KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN.
    • THE MERCHANT.
    • GERMAN FAITH. [50]
    • THE SEXES.
    • LOVE AND DESIRE.
    • THE BARDS OF OLDEN TIME.
    • JOVE TO HERCULES.
    • THE ANTIQUES AT PARIS.
    • THEKLA.
    • THE ANTIQUE TO THE NORTHERN WANDERER.
    • THE ILIAD.
    • POMPEII AND HERCULANEUM.
    • NAENIA.
    • THE MAID OF ORLEANS.
    • ARCHIMEDES.
    • THE DANCE.
    • THE FORTUNE-FAVORED. [53]
    • BOOKSELLER'S ANNOUNCEMENT.
    • GENIUS.
    • HONORS.
    • THE PHILOSOPHICAL EGOTIST.
    • THE BEST STATE CONSTITUTION.
    • THE WORDS OF BELIEF.
    • THE WORDS OF ERROR.
    • THE POWER OF WOMAN.
    • THE TWO PATHS OF VIRTUE.
    • THE PROVERBS OF CONFUCIUS.
    • HUMAN KNOWLEDGE.
    • COLUMBUS.
    • LIGHT AND WARMTH.
    • BREADTH AND DEPTH.
    • THE TWO GUIDES OF LIFE.
    • THE IMMUTABLE.
    • VOTIVE TABLETS.
      • DIFFERENT DESTINIES.
        • THE ANIMATING PRINCIPLE.
        • TWO DESCRIPTIONS OF ACTION.
        • DIFFERENCE OF STATION.
        • WORTH AND THE WORTHY.
        • THE MORAL FORCE.
        • PARTICIPATION.
        • TO ——
        • TO ——
        • TO ——
        • THE PRESENT GENERATION.
        • TO THE MUSE.
        • THE LEARNED WORKMAN.
        • THE DUTY OF ALL.
        • A PROBLEM.
        • THE PECULIAR IDEAL.
        • TO MYSTICS.
        • THE KEY.
        • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE.
        • THE AGREEMENT.
        • POLITICAL PRECEPT.
        • MAJESTAS POPULI.
        • THE DIFFICULT UNION.
        • TO A WORLD-REFORMER.
        • MY ANTIPATHY.
        • ASTRONOMICAL WRITINGS.
        • THE BEST STATE.
        • TO ASTRONOMERS.
        • MY FAITH.
        • INSIDE AND OUTSIDE.
        • FRIEND AND FOE.
        • LIGHT AND COLOR.
        • GENIUS.
        • BEAUTEOUS INDIVIDUALITY.
        • VARIETY.
        • THE IMITATOR.
        • GENIALITY.
        • THE INQUIRERS.
        • CORRECTNESS.
        • THE THREE AGES OF NATURE.
        • THE LAW OF NATURE.
        • SCIENCE OF MUSIC.
        • TO THE POET.
        • LANGUAGE.
        • THE MASTER.
        • THE GIRDLE.
        • THE DILETTANTE.
        • THE BABBLER OF ART.
        • THE PHILOSOPHIES.
        • THE FAVOR OF THE MUSES.
        • HOMER'S HEAD AS A SEAL.
        • GOODNESS AND GREATNESS.
        • THE IMPULSES.
        • NATURALISTS AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHERS.
        • GERMAN GENIUS.
        • THEOPHANIA.
      • THE ANIMATING PRINCIPLE.
      • TWO DESCRIPTIONS OF ACTION.
      • DIFFERENCE OF STATION.
      • WORTH AND THE WORTHY.
      • THE MORAL FORCE.
      • PARTICIPATION.
      • TO ——
      • TO ——
      • TO ——
      • THE PRESENT GENERATION.
      • TO THE MUSE.
      • THE LEARNED WORKMAN.
      • THE DUTY OF ALL.
      • A PROBLEM.
      • THE PECULIAR IDEAL.
      • TO MYSTICS.
      • THE KEY.
      • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE.
      • THE AGREEMENT.
      • POLITICAL PRECEPT.
      • MAJESTAS POPULI.
      • THE DIFFICULT UNION.
      • TO A WORLD-REFORMER.
      • MY ANTIPATHY.
      • ASTRONOMICAL WRITINGS.
      • THE BEST STATE.
      • TO ASTRONOMERS.
      • MY FAITH.
      • INSIDE AND OUTSIDE.
      • FRIEND AND FOE.
      • LIGHT AND COLOR.
      • GENIUS.
      • BEAUTEOUS INDIVIDUALITY.
      • VARIETY.
      • THE IMITATOR.
      • GENIALITY.
      • THE INQUIRERS.
      • CORRECTNESS.
      • THE THREE AGES OF NATURE.
      • THE LAW OF NATURE.
      • SCIENCE OF MUSIC.
      • TO THE POET.
      • LANGUAGE.
      • THE MASTER.
      • THE GIRDLE.
      • THE DILETTANTE.
      • THE BABBLER OF ART.
      • THE PHILOSOPHIES.
      • THE FAVOR OF THE MUSES.
      • HOMER'S HEAD AS A SEAL.
      • GOODNESS AND GREATNESS.
      • THE IMPULSES.
      • NATURALISTS AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHERS.
      • GERMAN GENIUS.
      • THEOPHANIA.
    • DIFFERENT DESTINIES.
      • THE ANIMATING PRINCIPLE.
      • TWO DESCRIPTIONS OF ACTION.
      • DIFFERENCE OF STATION.
      • WORTH AND THE WORTHY.
      • THE MORAL FORCE.
      • PARTICIPATION.
      • TO ——
      • TO ——
      • TO ——
      • THE PRESENT GENERATION.
      • TO THE MUSE.
      • THE LEARNED WORKMAN.
      • THE DUTY OF ALL.
      • A PROBLEM.
      • THE PECULIAR IDEAL.
      • TO MYSTICS.
      • THE KEY.
      • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE.
      • THE AGREEMENT.
      • POLITICAL PRECEPT.
      • MAJESTAS POPULI.
      • THE DIFFICULT UNION.
      • TO A WORLD-REFORMER.
      • MY ANTIPATHY.
      • ASTRONOMICAL WRITINGS.
      • THE BEST STATE.
      • TO ASTRONOMERS.
      • MY FAITH.
      • INSIDE AND OUTSIDE.
      • FRIEND AND FOE.
      • LIGHT AND COLOR.
      • GENIUS.
      • BEAUTEOUS INDIVIDUALITY.
      • VARIETY.
      • THE IMITATOR.
      • GENIALITY.
      • THE INQUIRERS.
      • CORRECTNESS.
      • THE THREE AGES OF NATURE.
      • THE LAW OF NATURE.
      • SCIENCE OF MUSIC.
      • TO THE POET.
      • LANGUAGE.
      • THE MASTER.
      • THE GIRDLE.
      • THE DILETTANTE.
      • THE BABBLER OF ART.
      • THE PHILOSOPHIES.
      • THE FAVOR OF THE MUSES.
      • HOMER'S HEAD AS A SEAL.
      • GOODNESS AND GREATNESS.
      • THE IMPULSES.
      • NATURALISTS AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHERS.
      • GERMAN GENIUS.
      • THEOPHANIA.
    • THE ANIMATING PRINCIPLE.
    • TWO DESCRIPTIONS OF ACTION.
    • DIFFERENCE OF STATION.
    • WORTH AND THE WORTHY.
    • THE MORAL FORCE.
    • PARTICIPATION.
    • TO ——
    • TO ——
    • TO ——
    • THE PRESENT GENERATION.
    • TO THE MUSE.
    • THE LEARNED WORKMAN.
    • THE DUTY OF ALL.
    • A PROBLEM.
    • THE PECULIAR IDEAL.
    • TO MYSTICS.
    • THE KEY.
    • WISDOM AND PRUDENCE.
    • THE AGREEMENT.
    • POLITICAL PRECEPT.
    • MAJESTAS POPULI.
    • THE DIFFICULT UNION.
    • TO A WORLD-REFORMER.
    • MY ANTIPATHY.
    • ASTRONOMICAL WRITINGS.
    • THE BEST STATE.
    • TO ASTRONOMERS.
    • MY FAITH.
    • INSIDE AND OUTSIDE.
    • FRIEND AND FOE.
    • LIGHT AND COLOR.
    • GENIUS.
    • BEAUTEOUS INDIVIDUALITY.
    • VARIETY.
    • THE IMITATOR.
    • GENIALITY.
    • THE INQUIRERS.
    • CORRECTNESS.
    • THE THREE AGES OF NATURE.
    • THE LAW OF NATURE.
    • SCIENCE OF MUSIC.
    • TO THE POET.
    • LANGUAGE.
    • THE MASTER.
    • THE GIRDLE.
    • THE DILETTANTE.
    • THE BABBLER OF ART.
    • THE PHILOSOPHIES.
    • THE FAVOR OF THE MUSES.
    • HOMER'S HEAD AS A SEAL.
    • GOODNESS AND GREATNESS.
    • THE IMPULSES.
    • NATURALISTS AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHERS.
    • GERMAN GENIUS.
    • THEOPHANIA.
    • TRIFLES.
      • THE EPIC HEXAMETER.
        • THE DISTICH.
        • THE EIGHT-LINE STANZA.
        • THE OBELISK.
        • THE TRIUMPHAL ARCH.
        • THE BEAUTIFUL BRIDGE.
        • THE GATE.
        • ST. PETER'S.
      • THE DISTICH.
      • THE EIGHT-LINE STANZA.
      • THE OBELISK.
      • THE TRIUMPHAL ARCH.
      • THE BEAUTIFUL BRIDGE.
      • THE GATE.
      • ST. PETER'S.
    • THE EPIC HEXAMETER.
      • THE DISTICH.
      • THE EIGHT-LINE STANZA.
      • THE OBELISK.
      • THE TRIUMPHAL ARCH.
      • THE BEAUTIFUL BRIDGE.
      • THE GATE.
      • ST. PETER'S.
    • THE DISTICH.
    • THE EIGHT-LINE STANZA.
    • THE OBELISK.
    • THE TRIUMPHAL ARCH.
    • THE BEAUTIFUL BRIDGE.
    • THE GATE.
    • ST. PETER'S.
    • THE PHILOSOPHERS.
    • THE HOMERIDES.
    • G. G.
    • THE MORAL POET.
    • THE DANAIDES.
    • THE SUBLIME SUBJECT.
    • THE ARTIFICE.
    • IMMORTALITY.
    • JEREMIADS.
    • SHAKESPEARE'S GHOST.
    • THE RIVERS.
      • RHINE.
        • RHINE AND MOSELLE.
        • DANUBE IN ——
        • MAIN.
        • SAALE.
        • ILM.
        • PLEISSE.
        • ELBE.
        • SPREE.
        • WESER.
        • MINERAL WATERS AT ——.
        • PEGNTTZ.
        • THE —— RIVERS.
        • SALZACH.
        • THE ANONYMOUS RIVER.
        • LES FLEUVES INDISCRETS.
      • RHINE AND MOSELLE.
      • DANUBE IN ——
      • MAIN.
      • SAALE.
      • ILM.
      • PLEISSE.
      • ELBE.
      • SPREE.
      • WESER.
      • MINERAL WATERS AT ——.
      • PEGNTTZ.
      • THE —— RIVERS.
      • SALZACH.
      • THE ANONYMOUS RIVER.
      • LES FLEUVES INDISCRETS.
    • RHINE.
      • RHINE AND MOSELLE.
      • DANUBE IN ——
      • MAIN.
      • SAALE.
      • ILM.
      • PLEISSE.
      • ELBE.
      • SPREE.
      • WESER.
      • MINERAL WATERS AT ——.
      • PEGNTTZ.
      • THE —— RIVERS.
      • SALZACH.
      • THE ANONYMOUS RIVER.
      • LES FLEUVES INDISCRETS.
    • RHINE AND MOSELLE.
    • DANUBE IN ——
    • MAIN.
    • SAALE.
    • ILM.
    • PLEISSE.
    • ELBE.
    • SPREE.
    • WESER.
    • MINERAL WATERS AT ——.
    • PEGNTTZ.
    • THE —— RIVERS.
    • SALZACH.
    • THE ANONYMOUS RIVER.
    • LES FLEUVES INDISCRETS.
    • ZENITH AND NADIR.
    • KANT AND HIS COMMENTATORS.
    • THE PHILOSOPHERS.
    • THE METAPHYSICIAN.
    • PEGASUS IN HARNESS.
    • KNOWLEDGE.
    • THE POETRY OF LIFE.
    • TO GOETHE,
    • THE PRESENT.
    • DEPARTURE FROM LIFE.
    • VERSES WRITTEN IN THE FOLIO ALBUM OF A LEARNED FRIEND.
    • VERSES WRITTEN IN THE ALBUM OF A FRIEND.
    • THE SUNDAY CHILDREN.
    • THE HIGHEST.
    • THE PUPPET-SHOW OF LIFE.
    • TO LAWGIVERS.
    • FALSE IMPULSE TO STUDY.
    • THE HEREDITARY PRINCE OF WEIMAR, ON HIS PROCEEDING TO PARIS.
    • THE IDEAL OF WOMAN.
    • THE FOUNTAIN OF SECOND YOUTH.
    • WILLIAM TELL. [59]
    • TO A YOUNG FRIEND DEVOTING HIMSELF TO PHILOSOPHY.
    • EXPECTATION AND FULFILMENT.
    • THE COMMON FATE.
    • HUMAN ACTION.
    • NUPTIAL ODE. [60]
    • THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE NEW CENTURY.
    • GRECIAN GENIUS.
    • THE FATHER.
    • THE CONNECTING MEDIUM.
    • THE MOMENT.
    • GERMAN COMEDY.
    • FAREWELL TO THE READER.
  • DEDICATION TO DEATH, MY PRINCIPAL.
    • PREFACE.
  • SUPPRESSED POEMS.
    • THE JOURNALISTS AND MINOS.
    • BACCHUS IN THE PILLORY.
    • SPINOSA.
    • TO THE FATES.
    • THE PARALLEL.
    • KLOPSTOCK AND WIELAND.
    • THE MUSES' REVENGE.
    • THE HYPOCHONDRIACAL PLUTO.
    • REPROACH—TO LAURA.
    • THE SIMPLE PEASANT. [62]
    • ACTAEON.
    • MAN'S DIGNITY.
    • THE MESSIAD.
    • THOUGHTS ON THE 1ST OCTOBER, 1781.
    • EPITAPH.
    • QUIRL.
    • THE PLAGUE.
    • MONUMENT OF MOOR THE ROBBER. [65]
    • THE BAD MONARCHS. [66]
    • THE SATYR AND MY MUSE.
    • THE PEASANTS. [67]
    • THE WINTER NIGHT.
    • THE WIRTEMBERGER.
    • THE MOLE.
    • HYMN TO THE ETERNAL.
    • DIALOGUE.
    • EPITAPH
    • TRUST IN IMMORTALITY.
  • APPENDIX OF POEMS ETC. IN SCHILLER'S DRAMATIC WORKS.
    • APPENDIX.
      • FOOTNOTES.
    • FOOTNOTES.
  • AESTHETICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS
    • CONTENTS
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • VOCABULARY OF TERMINOLOGY.
  • LETTERS ON THE AESTHETICAL EDUCATION OF MAN.
    • LETTER I.
    • LETTER II.
    • LETTER III.
    • LETTER IV.
    • LETTER V.
    • LETTER VI.
    • LETTER VII.
    • LETTER VIII.
    • LETTER IX.
    • LETTER X.
    • LETTER XI.
    • LETTER XII.
    • LETTER XIII.
    • LETTER XIV.
    • LETTER XV.
    • LETTER XVI.
    • LETTER XVII.
    • LETTER XVIII.
    • LETTER XIX.
    • LETTER XX.
  • LETTER XXI.
    • LETTER XXII.
    • LETTER XXIII.
    • LETTER XXIV.
    • LETTER XXV.
    • LETTER XXVI.
    • LETTER XXVII.
  • AESTHETICAL ESSAYS.
    • THE MORAL UTILITY OF AESTHETIC MANNERS.
    • ON THE SUBLIME.
    • THE PATHETIC.
    • ON GRACE AND DIGNITY.
    • ON DIGNITY.
    • ON THE NECESSARY LIMITATIONS IN THE USE OF BEAUTY OF FORM.
    • REFLECTIONS ON THE USE OF THE VULGAR AND LOW ELEMENTS IN WORKS OF ART.
    • DETACHED REFLECTIONS ON DIFFERENT QUESTIONS OF AESTHETICS.
    • ON SIMPLE AND SENTIMENTAL POETRY.
    • SENTIMENTAL POETRY.
    • SATIRICAL POETRY.
    • ELEGIAC POETRY.
    • IDYL.
    • THE STAGE AS A MORAL INSTITUTION.
    • ON THE TRAGIC ART.
    • OF THE CAUSE OF THE PLEASURE WE DERIVE FROM TRAGIC OBJECTS.
  • SCHILLER'S PHILOSOPHICAL LETTERS.
    • PREFATORY REMARKS.
    • LETTER I.
    • LETTER II.
    • LETTER III.
    • LETTER IV.
      • THEOSOPHY OF JULILTS.
        • THE WORLD AND THE THINKING BEING.
        • IDEA.
        • LOVE.
        • SACRIFICE.
        • GOD.
      • THE WORLD AND THE THINKING BEING.
      • IDEA.
      • LOVE.
      • SACRIFICE.
      • GOD.
    • THEOSOPHY OF JULILTS.
      • THE WORLD AND THE THINKING BEING.
      • IDEA.
      • LOVE.
      • SACRIFICE.
      • GOD.
    • THE WORLD AND THE THINKING BEING.
    • IDEA.
    • LOVE.
    • SACRIFICE.
    • GOD.
    • LETTER V.
  • ON THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE ANIMAL AND THE SPIRITUAL NATURE IN MAN.
    • INTRODUCTION.
      • PHYSICAL CONNECTION.
      • PHILOSOPHICAL CONNECTION.
      • ANIMAL SENSATIONS ACCOMPANY MENTAL SENSATIONS.
      • PHYSICAL PHENOMENA EXPRESS THE EMOTIONS OF THE MIND.
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