Poetry Books by Friedrich Schiller

Friedrich Schiller Books, Friedrich Schiller poetry book Correspondence between Goethe and Schiller, 1794-1805 Authors: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Friedrich Schiller, Liselotte Dieckmann
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Inc
Published Date: 1994
Categories: Literary Criticism
This translation of the correspondence between the two most famous German authors, Goethe (1749-1832) and Schiller (1754-1805), contains over one thousand mostly very long letters on a great variety of literary topics of the day. The authors jointly edite

Friedrich Schiller Books, Friedrich Schiller poetry book The Man Who Sees Ghosts Authors: Friedrich von Schiller
Publisher: Pushkin Press
Published Date: 2003-04-30
Categories: Fiction
A mysterious and disorienting tale of deception and adventure, set against the background of eighteenth-century Venice One of Germany's greatest writers, Schiller is best known for his influential dramatic works. The Man Who Sees Ghosts, his only novel, was first published in 1789 and proved to be his most popular work, mainly owing to its masterful treatment of the then fashionable theme of the occult. While in Venice, a young prince of Protestant faith becomes embroiled in a diabolical net of political intrigue and religious conspiracy. Fate takes its course and steers relentlessly towards a climax of shocking violence and death.

Friedrich Schiller Books, Friedrich Schiller poetry book The Robbers Authors: Friedrich Schiller
Publisher: The Floating Press
Published Date: 2010-10-01
Categories: Drama
Fans of classic European melodrama will love The Robbers. Originally staged in the late eighteenth century, this play -- which follows the feud between brothers in an aristocratic German family -- was a blockbuster success that propelled Friedrich Schiller to the height of literary fame. The Robbers was later adapted into an equally renowned opera written by Verdi.

Friedrich Schiller Books, Friedrich Schiller poetry book On the Aesthetic Education of Man Authors: Friedrich Schiller
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Published Date: 2012-04-03
Categories: Philosophy
A classic of 18th-century thought, Schiller's treatise defines the relationship between beauty and art. His proposal of art as fundamental to the development of society and the individual remains an influential concept.



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