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2013 | 138 | 27 - 40
Article title

Allusion statt Illusion. Die Konzeption des Kaiser-Karl-V.-Geistes im Drama Don Karlos von Friedrich Schiller und im Libretto von Josèphe Méry und Camille du Locle zur Oper Don Carlos von Giuseppe Verdi

Title variants
EN
Allusion instead of illusion. The conception of the ghost of the emperor Charles V in the drama Don Carlos by Friedrich Schiller and in the libretto by Josèphe Méry and Camille du Locle to the opera Don Carlos by Giuseppe Verdi
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DE
Abstracts
EN
The ghost of the emperor Charles V appears both in the drama Don Carlos by Friedrich Schiller and in the libretto by Josèphe Méry and Camille du Locle to the opera Don Carlos by Giuseppe Verdi. In the text by Schiller the ghost is an illusion that the guards succumb to. For fear of the ghost they run away, which is why Carlos can meet the queen. In the text by Méry / du Locle the ghost has a form of an illusion that turns into an allusion: The figure of Charles V seen in the imagination of the protagonists reminds everyone of the idea of humanism.
Year
Volume
138
Pages
27 - 40
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Contributors
  • Olsztyn
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Document Type
Publication order reference
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