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... by lust for his mother. Sound familiar? This is the plot of Friedrich Schiller’s youthful play “Don Karlos”: In terms of Shakespeare worship, Schiller rivaled ...
... Theatermuseum. This set from an early 20th century production of German playwright Friedrich Schiller's 1782 work Die Verschwörung des Fiesco zu Genua, designed by Heinrich ...
... Africa featured in the finale, adding a unique fervor and authenticity to Friedrich Schiller's words about human solidarity and freedom. The Minnesota Chorale had also ...
... first time a meeting between the two queens has been depicted. In Friedrich Schiller's play, Mary Stuart, written in 1800, he imagined a fictional meeting. ...
... to the orchestra's program. That human voice sings lyrics largely taken from Friedrich Schiller's "Ode to Joy," for a theme used across the world in ...
... whole shebang, borrows from a poem written in 1788 by the German Friedrich Schiller, to ask: Beautiful world, where are you? Frankly, I'm not convinced ...
... he might have been something like Ferdinand Von Walter, the suitor in Friedrich Schiller’s “Love and Intrigue.” Let’s hope he’d have turned out better, though. ...
... always been fraught. During the French Revolution, the German poet and philosopher Friedrich Schiller observed that “utility is the great idol of the time,” and ...
... are often presented in a jarringly original light, reinterpreted or even dissected. Friedrich Schiller’s “Die Räuber” (“The Robbers”) from 1781 is among the most studied ...
... (one a money-hungry villain, the other an idealistic revolutionary), made its playwright, Friedrich Schiller, famous. In 1922, the Berlin Dada artist George Grosz turned the ...
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