Don Carlos and Mary Stuart

By Friedrich Schiller; Hilary Collier Sy-Quia | Go to book overview

OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

FRIEDRICH SCHILLER


Don Carlos and Mary Stuart

Translated with Notes by HILARY COLLIER SY-QUIA

Adapted in verse drama by PETER OSWALD

With an Introduction by LESLEY SHARPE

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Oxford World's Classics Don Carlos and Mary Stuart iii
  • Oxford World's Classics iv
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Translation xxvii
  • Select Bibliography xxix
  • Don Carlos 1
  • Dramatis Personae 2
  • Act One 3
  • Scene II 7
  • Scene III 15
  • Scene III 18
  • Scene III 23
  • Scene III 30
  • Scene III 33
  • Scene III 33
  • Scene III 34
  • Act Two 37
  • Scene II 38
  • Scene III 45
  • Scene III 46
  • Scene V [don Carlos, the Duke of Alba.] 49
  • Scene VI 53
  • Scene VII 54
  • Scene VII 57
  • Scene VII 69
  • Scene VII 71
  • Scene VII 75
  • Scene VII 77
  • Scene VII 77
  • Scene VII 80
  • Scene VII 82
  • Act Three 89
  • Scene II 90
  • Scene II 93
  • Scene II 97
  • Scene V 101
  • Scene V 102
  • Scene V 103
  • Scene V 104
  • Scene VIII 107
  • Scene IX 108
  • Scene IX 109
  • Act Four 122
  • Scene II 122
  • Scene III 124
  • Scene III 129
  • Scene V 131
  • Scene VI 135
  • Scene VI 135
  • Scene VI 136
  • Scene VI 137
  • Scene VI 142
  • Scene VI 143
  • Scene VI 147
  • Scene VI 150
  • Scene XIV 152
  • Scene XV 154
  • Scene XV 155
  • Scene XV 155
  • Scene XV 156
  • Scene XV 156
  • Scene XX 159
  • Scene XXI 166
  • Scene XXII 168
  • Scene XXIII 170
  • Act Five 171
  • Scene II 175
  • Scene II 176
  • Scene II 181
  • Scene II 185
  • Scene II 185
  • Scene II 185
  • Scene VIII 189
  • Scene IX 192
  • Scene IX 196
  • Scene IX 201
  • Mary Stuart 203
  • Act One 205
  • Scene II 210
  • Scene II 210
  • Scene IV 213
  • Scene V 213
  • Scene VI 217
  • Scene VI 226
  • Scene VIII 233
  • Act Two 237
  • Scene II 239
  • Scene II 252
  • Scene II 254
  • Scene II 255
  • Scene II 256
  • Scene II 264
  • Act Three 268
  • Scene II 271
  • Scene II 272
  • Scene II 274
  • Scene II 274
  • Scene II 281
  • Scene II 286
  • Scene II 287
  • Act Four 288
  • Scene II 290
  • Scene II 291
  • Scene IV 292
  • Scene V 296
  • Scene V 298
  • Scene V 298
  • Scene VIII 304
  • Scene IX 305
  • Scene IX 308
  • Scene IX 310
  • Scene IX 313
  • Act Five 314
  • Scene II 317
  • Scene II 318
  • Scene II 318
  • Scene II 319
  • Scene II 320
  • Scene II 323
  • Scene II 329
  • Scene II 330
  • Scene II 332
  • Scene II 333
  • Scene II 334
  • Scene II 335
  • Scene II 336
  • Scene II 338
  • Explanatory Notes 339
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