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Friedrich Schiller

Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (10 November 1759 – 9 May 1805) was a German poet, philosopher, physician, historian and playwright. During the last seventeen years of his life (1788–1805), Schiller developed a productive, if complicated, friendship with the already famous and influential Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. They frequently discussed issues concerning aesthetics, and Schiller encouraged Goethe to finish works he left as sketches. This relationship and these discussions led to a period now referred to as Weimar Classicism. They also worked together on Xenien, a collection of short satirical poems in which both Schiller and Goethe challenge opponents of their philosophical vision.

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A PROBLEM
ARCHIMEDES
ASTRONOMICAL  WRITINGS
BEAUTEOUS INDIVIDUALITY
BOOKSELLER′S ANNOUNCEMENT
BREADTH AND DEPTH
CARTHAGE
CASSANDRA
CHOICE
COLUMBUS
CORRECTNESS
DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES
DANUBEIN
DEPARTURE FROM LIFE
DIFFERENCE OF STATION
DIFFERENT DESTINIES
DITHYRAMB
ELBE
EVENING
EXPECTATIONAL AND FULFILMENT
FALSE IMPULSE TO STUDY
FAREWELL TO READER
FEMALE JUDGMENT
FRIDOLIN OR THE WALK TO THE IRON FOUNDRY
FRIEND AND FOE
GENIALITY
GENIUS
GERMAN COMEDY
GERMAN FAITH
GERMAN GENIUS
GERMANYAND HER PRINCES
GOODNESS AND GREATNESS
GRECIAN GENIUS
GREEKISM
HERO AND LEANDER
HOMER'S HEAD AS A SEAL
HONORS
HONORTO WOMAN
HOPE
HUMAN KNOWLEDGE
HUMANACTION
ILM
IMMORTALITY
INSIDE OUTSIDE
JEREMIADS
JOVETO HERCULES
KANTAND HIS COMMENTATORS
KNOWLEDGE
LANGUAGE
LESFLEUVES INDISCRETS
LIGHT AND COLOR
LIGHT AND WARMTH
LONGING
LOVE AND DESIRE
MAIN
MAJESTASPOPULI
MINERAL WATERS AT
MY ANTIPATHY
MY FAITH
NADOWESSIAN DEATH -LAMENT
NAENIA
NATURALISTS AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHERS
NUPTIAL ODE
Ode to Joy
ODYSSEUS
PARABLES AND RIDDLES
PARTICIPATION
PEGASUSIN HARNESS
PEGNTTZ
PLEISSE
POLITICAL PRECEPT
POMPEII AND HERCULANEUM
PUNCH SONG
PUNCH SONG
RHINE
RHINE AND MOSELLE
SAALE
SALZACH
SCIENCE OF MUSIC
SHAKESPEARE′S GHOST
SPREE
STPETERS
THE AGREEMENT
THE ALPINE HUNTER
THE ANIMATING PRINCIPLE
THE ANONYMOUS RIVER
THE ANTIQUE TO THE NORTHERN WANDERE
THE ANTIQUES AT PARIS
THE ARTIFICE
THE ASSIGNATION
THE BABBLER OF ART
THE BARDS OF OLDEN TIME
THE BEAUTIFUL BRIDGE
THE BEST STATE
THE BEST STATE CONSTITUTION
THE CIRCLE OF NATURE
THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE NEW CENTURY
THE COMMON FATE
THE COMPLAINT OF CERES
THE CONNECTING MEDIUM
THE COUNT OF HAPSBURG
THE CRANES OF LBYCUS
THE DANAIDES
THE DANCE
THE DIFFICULT UNION
THE DILETTANTE
THE DISTICH
THE DIVISON OF THE EARTH
THE DRIVER
THE DUTY OF ALL
THE EIGHT -LINE STANZA
THE ELEUSINIAN FESTIVAL
THE EPIC HEXAMETER
THE FAIREST APPARITION
THE FATHER
THE FAVOR OF THE MOMENT
THE FAVOUR OF THE MUSES
THE FEAST OF VICTORY
THE FORTUNE-FAVORED
THE FORUM OF WOMAN
THE FOUNTAIN OF SECOND YOUTH
THE FOUR AGES OF THE WORLD
THE GATE
THE GENIUS WITH THE INVERTED TORCH
THE GERMAN ART
THE GIRDLE
THE GLOVE
THE HIGHEST
THE HOMERIDES
THE HONORABLE
THE HOSTAGE
THE IDEAL AND THE ACTUAL LIFE
THE IDEAL OF WOMAN
THE IDEALS
THE IMITATOR
THE IMMUTABLE
THE IMPULSES
THE INQUIRERS
THE KEY
THE KNIGHT OF TOGGENBURG
THE KNIGHTS OF STJOHN
THE LAW OF NATURE
THE LAY OF THE BELL
THE LAY OF THE MOUNTAIN
THE LEARNED WORKMAN
THE LLIAD
THE MAID OF ORLEANS
THE MAIDEN FROM AFAR
THE MAIDEN’S LAMENT
THE MASTER
THE MEETING
THE MERCHANT
THE MORAL FORCE
THE MORAL POET
THE OBELISK
THE OBSERVER
THE OPANIA
THE PECULIAR IDEAL
THE PHILOSOPHERS
THE PHILOSOPHERS
THE PHILOSOPHICAL EGOTIST
THE PHILOSOPHIES
THE PILGRIM
THE PLAYING INFANT
THE POETRY OF LIFE
THE POWER OF SONG
THE POWER OF WOMAN
THE PRESENT
THE PRESENT GENERATION
THE PRICE OF WEIMAR
THE PROVERBS OF CONFUCIUS
THE PUPPET SHOW OF LIFE
THE RING OF POLYCRATES
THE RIVERS
THE SECRET
THE SEXES
THE SOWER
THE SUBLIME SUBJECT
THE SUNDAY CHILDREN
THE THREE AGES OF NATURE
THE TRIUMPHAL ARCH
THE TWO GUIDES OF LIFE
THE TWO PATHS OF VIRTUE
THE VEILED STATUE AT SAIS
THE VIRTUE OF WOMAN
THE WALK
THE WORDS OF BELIEF
THE WORDS OF ERROR
THE YOUTH BY THE BROOK
THEKLA
THEMETAPHYSICIAN
THEMOMENT
TO A WORLD-REFORMER
TO A YOUNG FRIEND DEVOTING HIMSLEF TO PHILOSOPHY
TO ASTRONOMERS
TO EMMA
TO GOETHE
TO LAW GIVERS
TO MY FRIENDS
TO MYSTICS
TO PROSELYTIZERS
TO THE MUSE
TO THE POET
TWO DESCRIPTION OF ACTION
VARIETY
VERSES WRITTEN IN THE ALBUM OF A FRIEND
VERSES WRITTEN IN THE FOLIO ALBUM OF A LEARNED FRIEND
VOTIVE TABLETS
WESER
WILLIAMTELL
WISDOMAND PRUDENCE
WORTHAND THE WORTHY
ZENITHAND NADIR

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