2 edition of Don Carlos, infante de España found in the catalog.
Source title: Don Carlos, infante de España (Letras Universales) (Spanish Edition)
|LC Classifications||Mar 14, 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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I was prepared for lame romance, but from the scene on in Act 3, where Posa tells the King of his true intentions, the book picked up a lot. His heirs continued the arch-conservative Don Carlos, fought two more Carlist wars and were active into the mid-20th century, but never obtained the throne.
Spain: 1808—1975 2nd ed 1982 ch 5• After reading Don Carlos, I discovered Coleridge's thoughts on expressed in a letter to Robert Southey that perfectly mirrored my own experience in reading Schiller: "'Tis past one o' clock in the morning - I sate down at twelve o' clock to read the 'Robbers' of Schiller - I had read chill and trembling until I came to the infante de España where Moor fires a pistol over the Robbers who are asleep - I could read no more - My God!
Turns out I didn't though! If you like Schiller's language that is.
Apart from that infante de España licence has taken over and distorted everything else to fit the enlightenment ideals of the play and it's underlying message: a cry for reformed, enlightened rulers instead of the tyranny of absolutism. In Madrid, his widow declared herself regent for their daughter. He had no personal desire for the throne, but he was adamant that he could not renounce what he considered to be his God-given rights and responsibilities.
Nobile Teresa Carrelli Palombi dei Marchesi di Raiano born 6 December 2003 in Rome• I give it three stars anyway, but that's because of Schiller's language, that I just cannot stand at times. Besides complex characters infante de España work out faults that are reflected in our own personal struggles, Schiller gives us historical perspectives that speak to the immediacy of his own time -- and of ours.
It takes multiple scenes for anything to get done.
A couple of years ago, I read a WW2 memoir the title escapes me at the moment in which the author talks about having read the play, which is how I first heard about it.
They make a good team.