The Works Of Frederick Schiller (volume 2); Tr. From The German by Friedrich SchillerThe Works Of Frederick Schiller (volume 2); Tr. From The German by Friedrich Schiller

The Works Of Frederick Schiller (volume 2); Tr. From The German

byFriedrich Schiller

Paperback | February 3, 2012

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854. Excerpt: ... Scene V. To them enter Count Terzky. COUNTESS.--Terzky! What ails him? What an image of affright! He looks as he had seen a ghost. Terzky (leading Wallenstein aside). Is it thy command that all the Croats--WALLENSTEIN. Mine! TERZKY. We are betray'd. WALLENSTEIN. What? TERZKY. They are off! This night The Jagers likewise--all the villages In the whole round are empty. WALLENSTEIN. Isolani! TEBZKY. Him thou hast sent away. Yes, surely. WALLENSTEIN. I? 'TERZKY. No! Hast thou not sent him off? NorDeodati? They are vanish'd both of them. Scene VI. To them enter Illo. Illo. Has Terzky toid thee? TERZKY. He knows all. Illo. And likewise That Esterhatzy, Goetz, Maradas, Kaunitz, Kolalto, Palfi, have forsaken thee. Terzky. Damnation! Wallenstein (winks at them). Hush! Countess (who has been watching them anxiously from the distance and now advances to them). Terzky! Heaven! What is it? What has happen'd? Wallenstein (scarcely suppressing his emotions). Nothing! let us be gone! Terzkt (following him). Theresa, it is nothing. Countess (holding him back). Nothing? Do I not see that all the life-blood Has left your cheeks--look you not like a ghost? That even my brother but affects a calmness? Page (enters). An Aide-de-Camp inquires for the Count Terzky. terzkt follows the Page. WALLENSTEIN. Go, hear his business. To Illo. This could not have happen'd So unsuspected without mutiny. Who was on guard at the gates? Illo. 'Twas Tiefenbach. WALLENSTEIN. Let Tiefenbach leave guard without delay, And Terzky's grenadiers relieve him. Illo (is going). Stop! Hast thou heard aught of Butler? Illo. Him I met: He will be here himself immediately. Butler remains unshaken. illo exit. Wallenstein is following him. Countess. Let him not leave thee, sister! go, detain him! There's some...
Title:The Works Of Frederick Schiller (volume 2); Tr. From The GermanFormat:PaperbackDimensions:198 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.42 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217614612

ISBN - 13:9780217614610