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Goetz Von Berlichingen Mit Der Eisernen Hand: Ein Schauspiel Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Goetz Von Berlichingen Mit Der Eisernen Hand: Ein Schauspiel

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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ISBN : 9783111090894
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240 pages
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General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1826 Original Publisher: Galignani Subjects: Drama / General Drama / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh Drama / Continental European Literary Criticism / Drama Notes: This is a black andMoreGeneral Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1826 Original Publisher: Galignani Subjects: Drama / General Drama / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh Drama / Continental European Literary Criticism / Drama Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: GOETZ OF BERLICHINGEN, WITH THE IRON HAND. ACT I. SCENE I. Anlrua. atSchwarzenbergh in Franconia -- Mezler and Sie- rs, two Swabian peasants, are seated at a table -- M the fire, at some distancefrom them, two cavaliers from Bamberg -- The Innkeeper. ? Sievers. - Hansel Another cup of brandy -- and Christian measure. Innkeeper. Thou art a Never-enough. Mezler apart to Sievers]. Repeat again that about Rerlichingen -- These Rambergers seem to take offence- they look sulky. SIEVERS. Rambergers -- What are they about here? MEZLER. Weislingen has been two days up yonder at the Castle with the Earl -- they came with him from I know not where) they are his attendants -- He is about to return back to Bamberg. SIEVEBS. Who is that Weislingen? MEZLER. The Bishop of Bambergs right hand a powerful lord, who lies lurking for the means of playing Goetz some trick. SIEVERS. He had better take care of himself. MEZLER. Prithee tell that story once more. Aloud.] How long is it since Goetz had a new dispute with the Bishop? I thought all had been reconciled and smoothed up between them. SIEVERS. Ay Beconciliation with Priests When the Bishop saw he could do no good, and always got the worse at hard blows, he complained to the Circle, and took care to make a good accommodation- while honest Berlichingen was condemned unheard, as he always is, even when he has the right. MEZLER. God bless him a worthy nobleman. SIEVERS. Only think...