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Schiller

Johann Christoph Friedrich von . 1759--1805, German poet, dramatist, historian, and critic. His concern with the ideal freedom of the human spirit to rise above the constraints placed upon it is reflected in his great trilogy Wallenstein (1800) and in Maria Stuart (1800)
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schiller

[′shil·ər]
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This volume is the fruit of an international conference held from 12 to 16 October 2005 at Princeton University, one of many such gatherings in a year that will be regarded as a vintage one for research on Schiller. The bicentennial biographies, most notably Rudiger Safranski's best-selling Friedrich Schiller oder die Erfindung des deutschen Idealismus (Munich: Hanser, 2004), and the excitement surrounding London productions of Maria Stuart and Don Carlos demonstrate that interest in Schiller was confined neither to the academy nor to Germanophone lands.