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The Robbers

By Schiller, Frederich

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Book Id: WPLBN0000630420
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Reproduction Date: 2005
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Title: The Robbers  
Author: Schiller, Frederich
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collection: Blackmask Online Collection
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Historic
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Publisher: Blackmask Online

Description
Excerpt: This play is to be regarded merely as a dramatic narrative in which, for the purpose of tracing out the innermost workings of the soul, advantage has been taken of the dramatic method, without otherwise conforming to the stringent rules of theatrical composition, or seeking the dubious advantage of stage adaptation. It must be admitted as somewhat inconsistent that three very remarkable people, whose acts are dependent on perhaps a thousand contingencies, should be completely developed within three hours, considering that it would scarcely be possible, in the ordinary course of events, that three such remarkable people should, even in twenty?four hours, fully reveal their characters to the most penetrating inquirer. A greater amount of incident is here crowded together than it was possible for me to confine within the narrow limits prescribed by Aristotle and Batteux.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: The Robbers, 1 -- Frederich Schiller, 1 -- SCHILLER'S Preface, 1 -- ADVERTISEMENT TO THE ROBBERS, 4 -- Act I, 5 -- Scene I.?Franconia, 5 -- Scene II.?A Tavern on the Frontier of Saxony, 12 -- Scene III.?MOOR'S Castle.?AMELIA'S Chamber, 21 -- Act II, 24 -- Scene I.?FRANCIS VON MOOR in his chamber?in meditation, 24 -- Scene II.?Old Moor's Bedchamber, 28 -- Scene III.?THE BOHEMIAN WOODS, 35 -- Act III, 47 -- Scene I.?AMELIA in the garden, playing the guitar, 47 -- Scene VIII, 49 -- Scene IX, 51 -- Scene II.?Country near the Danube, 52 -- Act IV, 59 -- Scene I.?Rural scenery in the neighborhood of CHARLES VON MOOR'S castle. 9 -- Scene II.*?Gallery in the Castle, 59 -- Scene III.?Another Room in the Castle, 65 -- Scene V.?A neighboring forest. Night. An old ruined castle in the centre of the 1 -- Act V, 80 -- Scene I. A vista of rooms. Dark night, 80 -- Scene II.?The scene the same as the last scene of the preceding Act, 88 -- Scene VIII, 95 -- Scene IX, 95

 

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