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The Collected Works of Friedrich Schiller - The Complete Works PergamonMedia - cover

The Collected Works of Friedrich Schiller - The Complete Works PergamonMedia

Friedrich Schiller

Publisher: PergamonMedia

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This comprehensive eBook presents the complete works or all the significant works - the Œuvre - of this famous and brilliant writer in one ebook - 8466 pages easy-to-read and easy-to-navigate: 
• Aesthetical Essays of Friedrich Schiller
• Mary Stuart: A Tragedy
• The Robbers
• Wilhelm Tell
• Don Carlos: A Play
• Love and Intrigue: A Tragedy
• The Poems of Schiller — Third period
• The Thirty Years War — Complete
• Wilhelm Tell
• The Maid of Orleans: A Tragedy
• The Works of Frederick Schiller
• The Death of Wallenstein
• Philosophical Letters of 
• The Ghost-Seer; or the Apparitionist; and Sport of Destiny
• History of the Revolt of the Netherlands — Complete
• The Bride of Messina, and On the Use of the Chorus in Tragedy
• Turandot: The Chinese Sphinx
• The Piccolomini: A Play
• Wallenstein's Camp: A Play
• Biographical EssaysThomas De Quincey
• The History of the Thirty Years' War
• Fiesco; or, the Genoese Conspiracy: A Tragedy
• The Poems of Schiller — First period
• The Poems of Schiller — Second period
• The Poems of Schiller — Suppressed poems
• Adolphe: Anecdote trouvée dans les papiers d'un inconnu (Französisch)Benjamin Constant
• The Illustrated Works Of 
• Demetrius: A Play
• The Thirty Years War 
• The Life and Works of Calvin Thomas
• Wallenstein 
• Thirty Years War: Book I. Book II. Book III. Book IV. Book V.
Revolt of Netherlands: Book I. Book II. Book III. Book IV.
• The Robbers Fiesco Love and Intrigue
• The Camp of Wallenstein Piccolomini
• The Death of Wallenstein Whilhelm Tell
• Don Carlos Demetrius Mary Stuart
• The Maid of Orleans The Bride of Messina
• PHILOSOPHY: Aesthetical Essays Philosophical Letters
• NOVEL:The Ghost Seer or, The Apparitionist and The Sport of Destiny
• etc.
Available since: 04/07/2015.

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