Schiller - Vol. 2

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INDEX
Abel, Schiller's teacher, i. 20, 145, 159, 189
" Æneid," Virgil's, translations by Schiller, ii. 66, 74
Æchylus, ii. 20, 362
"Æsthetic Education of Man," letters by Schiller, ii. 90, 150
"Æsthetic of Tragedy," public lecture by Schiller, ii. 89
" Agamemnon," in relation to "Wallenstein," ii. 282; to "Maria Stuart," 314
Alfieri, his play "Philip the Second," in relation to "Don Carlos," i. 393
Anthology, Schiller's, i. 31-39, 159
Aristotle, i. 117, 119; ii. 198
Art, Schiller's conception of, ii. 105 ff.
"Artists, The," poem, ii. 22, 38, 67, 409
Astrology, place of, in "Wallenstein," ii. 193, 212 ff.
Baggesen, Danish poet and admirer of Schiller, ii. 76 f., 79 f.
Ballads, Schiller's, analysis and estimate of, ii. 170-176; 422 f.
Balzac, i. 153
"Beautiful Soul, The," in relation to romanticism and classicism, ii. 406
Beck, actor, i. 185
"Beginning of the New Century," poem, ii. 425
Beil, actor, i. 185
"Bell, The," poem, ii. 146; analysis and estimate of, 413-418
Beulwitz, Karoline von. [See KAROLINE]
Bible, the, its influence on "The Robbers" i. 101 f.
Bismarck, ii. 83
Bodmer, his prose translation of Milton, i. 105; ii. 358
Böck, actor, i. 185
Brantôme, Seigneur de, in relation to "Don Carlos," i. 338 f.
Bride of Corinth," ballad by Goethe, ii. 169
"Bride of Messina," ii. 361-383; origin, 361-363; main characteristic, 363-365; the place of the chorus, 365-369; the element of Fate, 369-374; analysis and estimate, 363-383
Bürger, reviewed by Schiller, ii. 66-70
Byron, in relation to "The Robbers," i. 108 f.; ii. 117
" Cain," Byron's, in relation to "The Robbers," i. 109
"Camp, Wallenstein's." [See " WALLENSTEIN"]
Cellini, autobiography of, translated by Goethe, ii. 144
Cervantes, relationship between "Don Quixote" and "The Robbers," i. 151, 153 f.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Book Two the Works of Manhood 1
  • Chapter V the Last Years of Schieller's Life 404
  • Index 441
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