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Johann Christophe Friedrich von Schiller(1759-1805) sent to

military academy at Ludwigsburg

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Johann Schiller wrote in 1780

Die Rauber(The Robbers)

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Die Rauber produced by

German National Theater at Manheim

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Johann Schiller visit to

Goethe

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Johann Schiller moved with

his family to Weimar

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Johann Schiller wrote in 1800

Maria Stuart

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Johann Schiller's Die Jungfrau von Orleans(The Maid of Orleans) about

Joan Of Arc

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Post Sturm und Drang in German

Germanophone Theatre

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Germanophone Theatre was

Romantic

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Translated 17 Shakespeare plays into German

August Wilhelm Schlegel

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Buch uber Shakespeare and Briefe uber Shakespeare

Ludwig Tieck

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Lud wig Tieck wrote two plays

Ritter Blaubart(Bluebeard) & Der gestiefelte Kater(Puss in Boots)

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Karl Freidrich Schinekel(1781-1841)

Architect & Set designer

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Carl Langhans wrote essays about

Stage Lighting problems

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Heinrich von Kleist(1777-1811) background

Prussian military family

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Heinrich von Kleist wrote 1803

Die Familie Schroffenstein

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Heinrich von Kleist wrote 1807 Adopted by Moliere

Amphitryon

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Heinrich von Kleist "Schmutz and Glanz"

Trash and Glamore

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Heinrich von Kleist wrote 1810

Prinz Friedrich von Homburg(The Prince of Homburg)

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Heinrich von Kleist edited Journal Berliner Abendblatter in Berlin

Essay "About Theatre"

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Heinrich von Kleist's essay "About Theatre"

short stories include Michael Kohlhas, The Marquise of O, The Earthquake in Chile

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August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue(1761-1819) dramaturg at

Vienna Burgtheatre under intendant Baron Peter von Braun

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August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue(1761-1819) wrote

about 220 plays, mostly melodramas

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Johann Schiller wrote Die Rauber at the end of

Sturm und Drang

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Johann Schiller Wallenstein Trilogy

Wallenstein's Camp, Die Piccolomini, Wallensteins Tod

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Goethe rules for

Actors

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Johann Schiller was

Middle class`

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Mary Stuart

Free will and Take responsibility

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Johann Schiller was Dutch of

Wurttenburg influence of good women

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Johann Schiller was influenced by

Goethe and Shakespeare

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Die Rauber was about

Political Protest and Melodramatic Tragedy

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Johann Schiller wanted to synthesize

Romantic emotionalism

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Mary Stuart accepts

responsibility for her own actions

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Mary Stuart true to

herself

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Mary Stuart first royalty

Catholicism

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Mary Stuart Perceives

events in Human Terms

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Mary Stuart enjoys

her femininity

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Elizabeth tries to

evade responsibility

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Elizabeth accedes to

Political Expediency

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Johann Schiller's The Bride of Messina was

most classical play

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Johann Schiller's 'Wilhelm Tell' at Hamburg was

his only play with a happy ending

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Heinrich Kleist was

Romanticism

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Ludwig Tiech experimented wit

Elizabethan style staging and wrote folk-Fairy plays

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Ludwig Tiech

Pre-romantic playwright

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Ludwig Tiech's Romantic Irony

Poss in Boots and Bluebeard

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Ludwig Tiech research

Elizabethan stagng

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Ludwig Tiech wrote influential essays on

how to stage Shakepeare's plays

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Gas lighting began around 1800 impacted

Acting style

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Romanticism is about Feelings

emotion/sensitivity/imagination(As opposed to logic and reason)

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Romanticism is about subjectivity

glorification of individual

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Romanticism is about petriotism

nationalism, pride in one's cultural heritage

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Romanticism is about forces of nature

the pathetic tallecy

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Romanticism is about the spiritual and

the supernatural

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Romanticism is about the humble

folk customs, local color

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Romanticism is about the grotesque

and exotic

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Heinrich Kleist was

moody, introspective, lonely, tormented genius

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Heinrich Kleist wrote

many short plays

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Heinrich Kleist wrote

many short plays

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Mary stuart is imprisoned because

the murder of her husband Darnley

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Mary Stuart is actually imprisoned because

she has pushed her claim to the throne of England

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Elizabeth hesitates

signing Mary's death sentence

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it may be even more dangerous to execute Mary

because her many friends and allies

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Mortimer is

the nephew of one of her guardians

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Mortimer kills

himself in the arms of the guards

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Leicester is afraid of

his duplicitous support of Mary is to be discovered

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Prince of Homburg has

Laurel wreath

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Prince of Homburg does at the beginning of the play

sleepwalking

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Prince of Homburg snatched

a glove of Natalie

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At the end of play, Natalie told the prince,

he is free