Supplementary Appendices Vol. 1

Caroline
Briefe aus der Frühromantik
Anhang
Band 1

♦ Supplementary Appendices Associated with Specific Letters

SupAp 2.1: Concerning Caroline’s proficiency in French.
SupAp 2.2: Concerning the character of Ernst August von Studnitz, father of Julie von Studnitz.
SupAp 3.1: Georg Christoph Lichtenberg on Caterina Gabrielli in London.
SupAp 3.2: Mozart on the “insufferable” behavior of the cellist Johann Baptist Mara.
SupAp 9.1: Goethe’s account of Nikolaus Anton Heinrich Julius Grothaus in his Campaign in France.
SupAp 11.1: Concerning assemblies and concerts in Göttingen.
SupAp 12.1: Concerning the dispute between Abraham Gotthelf Kästner and Johann Georg Zimmermann.
SupAp 13.1: Friedrich Ludwig Wilhelm Meyer, “Als Bianka bey einer Beerdigung weinte.
SupAp 17.1: Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter on the death of the first Countess of Werther, daughter of Juliane Franziska von Buchwald.
SupAp 18.1: Concerning Philippine Gatterer’s trip to Kassel to sit for her Tischbein portrait.
SupAp 20.1: The dispute between Abraham Kästner and Johann Beckmann.
SupAp 21.1: The relationship between Pedro Hockel and Lotte Michaelis.
SupAp 23.1: Goethe on Gustav Friedrich Wilhelm Grossmann, Nicht mehr als sechs Schüsseln. Familiengemälde in fünf Aufzügen.
SupAp 27.1: Concerning Johann Heinrich Waser, Johann Caspar Lavater, and August Ludwig Schlözer.
SupAp 29.1: Concerning Pedro Hockel circumstances, ill health, overall character, and subsequent fate (continues SupAp 21.1).
SupAp 31.1: Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter on August Wilhelm Iffland and Schiller’s play Die Räuber.
SupAp 35a.1: Kerstlingeröderfeld: Setting for Caroline’s “scandalous story.”
SupAp 36.1: Lawrence Sterne’s starling and the Parisian bastille in A Sentimental Journey through France and Italy by Mr. Yorick.
SupAp 36.2: Theresa Asgill, Charles Asgill, and the “Asgill Affair.”
SupAp 38.1: The fountain and terrace passages from Goethe’s Die Leiden des jungen Werthers.
SupAp 39.1: Portrait of family of Georg Ludwig Böhmer, including disapproval of Caroline’s engagement to Franz Wilhelm Böhmer.
SupAp 51.1: Turkish love song cited by Lady Mary Wortley Montagu in a letter from Pera on 16 March 1717.
SupAp 52.1: Recipe for Hannoverian Ludwig Cake.
SupAp 64.1: Werther recounts the story of a young girl who drowned herself out of despair after her lover had forsaken her (Die Leiden des jungen Werthers).
SupAp 64.2: Gottfried Konrad Pfeffel’s metrical cantata on Therese von Paradis.
SupAp 67.1: Christian Gellert, “The Green Ass.”
SupAp 72.1: Karl Philipp Moritz, Travels, chiefly on foot, through several parts of England in 1782, account of Peak Cavern (Devils Arse).
SupAp 80.1: Lovelace’s bleeding in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa
SupAp 85.1: Eulogies for Caroline’s first husband, Franz Wilhelm Böhmer.
SupAp 85a.1: Scene from Tobias George Smollet, The Expedition of Humphry Clinker.
SupAp 91.1: Boûts-rimés competition, Gottfried August Bürger, Wilhelm Schlegel.
SupAp 91.2: Therese Forster, née Heyne, to Gottfried August Bürger.
SupAp 91a.1: Friedrich Adolf Ebert’s assessment of Caroline’s father, Johann David Michaelis, as a professor.
SupAp 98a.1: Lotte Michaelis’s aventure with Samuel Thomas von Sömmerring and August von Kotzebue in Mainz in late summer 1790.
SupAp 101a.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s poems to Caroline.
SupAp 102.1: Documentation of the events involving Elise Bürger and the Michaelis family.
SupAp 107a.1: Concerning the complicated musical history of Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter’s opera, Die Geisterinsel.
SupAp 113.1: “Eine Predigt über Esel” (A sermon on asses), Berlinische Monatsschrift (1792).
SupAp 113.2: The Election of the German Emperor in Frankfurt am Main
SupAp 114.1: Karl Friedrich August Grosse, Memoiren des Marquis von G***. Vom Verfasser des Genius (Berlin 1792), roman à clef on the Michaelis family in Göttingen.
SupAp 114.2: Review of Karl Friedrich August Grosse’s Memoiren des Marquis von G***. in the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
SupAp 115.1 : Baiocco Romano , “Huberulus Murzuphlus oder der poetische Kuss,” “Murzuphlus der Kritiker,” “Wie man sich irren kann.”
SupAp 115.2 : Ludwig Ferdinand Huber’s review of Friedrich Bouterwek, Graf Donamar (Göttingen 1791).
SupAp 119.1: “Beggar Labre” in Friedrich Johann Lorenz Meyer, Darstellungen aus Italien (Berlin 1792).
SupAp 119.2: Samuel Thomas von Sömmerring and Christian Gottlob Heyne on Caroline’s role in Mainz.
SupAp 123a.1: Friedrich Benjamin Osiander’s self-defense against accusations he botched Lotte Michaelis’s delivery in 1793 and contributed to her death.
SupAp 123a.2: Catharine Margaretha Klocken’s response to the insinuations against her made by F. B. Osiander in his self-defense.
SupAp 128.1: Johann Heinrich Liebeskind’s account of the prisoner treatment and conditions in Königstein during Caroline’s incarceration.
SupAp 132a.1: Caroline in Friedrich Schlegel’s Lucinde. Ein Roman (Berlin 1799).
SupAp 137c.1: Concerning the relationship between Caroline, Wilhelm Schlegel, and Georg Joachim Göschen.
SupAp 142.1: Concerning the relationship between Therese Forster, Georg Forster, and Friedrich Ludwig Wilhelm Meyer.
SupAp 143.1: Auguste Schneider’s death as recounted by H. A. O. Reichard, Therese Forster, and Goethe.
SupAp 143.2: Georg Gottlieb Schatz’s review of Friedrich Ludwig Wilhelm Meyer, Spiele des Witzes und der Phantasie (Berlin 1793).
SupAp 144.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s review of Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter, Schauspiele (1: Die stolze Vasthi; 2: Esther; 3: Die Basen) (Leipzig 1795).
SupAp 149.1: Johann Bernoulli on the theft of the silver-ore block from the Göttingen Academic Museum in January 1783.
SupAp 162.1: Schiller’s poem “Würde der Frauen” (Dignity/honor of women).
SupAp 172.1: Concerning the interpretation of xenion 273 (“To Madame B** and her Sisters”).
SupAp 181.1: Concerning the disposition and posthumous publication of Friedrich Wilhelm Gotter’s plays.
SupAp 181a.1: Schiller’s philosophical poem Die Künstler (The artists).
SupAp 181a.2: Friedrich Schlegel and K. A. Böttiger: Athenian Women as Theater Spectators?
SupAp 181c.1: Visits with the Tischbein Family in Dessau 1797, 1798
SupAp 181d.1: Concerning the textual history of Friedrich Schlegel’s letters to Auguste Böhmer.
SupAp 181g.1: Concerning the break between the Schlegels and Schiller.
SupAp 184a.1: Concerning the tavern, outdoor dining, and other contemporary features of the popular excursion locale Driesnitz (Triesnitz) outside Jena.
SupAp 188a.1: Concerning Caroline’s remarks on F. H. von Einsiedel’s theory of the dramatic arts
SupAp 193.1: Icelandic Moss in German pharmacology during Caroline’s lifetime.
SupAp 194.1: Leibgeber’s “Adam-epistle” from Jean Paul’s novel Siebenkäs (Berlin 1796–97).
SupAp 194c.1: Schiller in the Periodical Athenaeum
SupAp 194c.2: The Break with Christoph Martin Wieland
SupAp 199.1: Goethe and Schiller on A. W. Iffland’s Weimar Performances 24 April–4 May 1798
SupAp 201.1: Goethe’s poem “The Magician’s Apprentice.”
SupAp 204.1: Correspondence Between Goethe and Schiller Concerning Athenaeum
SupAp 209.1: Caroline, Charlotte Ernst, and Auguste Ernst in Friedrich Schlegel’s Lucinde
SupAp 210.1: Friedrich Schlegel, Dorothea Veit, Schleiermacher, Dorothea’s Divorce, Lucinde
SupAp 215a.1: Overview of Fichte’s Atheism Dispute and the Student Response
SupAp 220.1: Caroline and Auguste in F. L. Schröder’s play Die Heurath durch ein Wochenblatt
SupAp 236c.1: Wallensteins Tod, act 4, scene 10: Thekla, the Swedish Captain, Lady Neubrunn
SupAp 237c.1: Cruel Maritornes in Don Quixote
SupAp 239.1: The Animosity between the Paulus family and Caroline, Wilhelm Schlegel, and Schelling
SupAp 240.1: “Lucianity”: Goethe’s Stella, act 1, at an
SupAp 241.1: Correspondence between Fichte, Johanne Fichte, and Schelling July–November 1799: reestablishing the Jena “colony” in Berlin
SupAp 242a.1: Overview and key passages from Goethe’s “The Collector and His Friends.”
SupAp 242a.2: Rudolf Haym: On the initial meeting between Ludwig Tieck and Friedrich von Hardenberg
SupAp 242c.1: Henrik Steffens’s impressions of Friedrich Schlegel (from Steffens’s memoirs)
SupAp 243e.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s poems to Elisa van Nuys
SupAp 245.1: Concerning Wilhelm Schlegel’s assistance to Goethe in September 1799 in preparing the latter’s poems for publication
SupAp 250.1: August von Kotzebue’s Hyperborean Ass and the Schlegels.
SupAp 250.2: Schiller’s poem “Das Lied von der Glocke” (The Song of the Bell).
SupAp 252.1: Garlieb Merkel and the Schlegels
SupAp 252g.1: Daniel Jenisch’s Diogenes Laterne and Friedrich Schlegel
SupAp 256.1: L. F. Huber’s Review of Athenaeum in the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
SupAp 256.2: L. F. Huber’s Review of Lucinde in the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
SupAp 257a.1: Schleiermacher’s Review of Lucinde in the Berlinisches Archiv der Zeit
SupAp 258a.1: Wilhelm Dilthey on the Break between the Romantics and the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
SupAp 258r.1: Wilhelm Schlegel’s Italian Sonnet to Napoleon
SupAp 258t.1: Schelling, “Some Remarks on the Occasion of a Review of Brunonian Writings in the A.L.Z.” (1799)
SupAp 263.1: J. G. Rhode’s review of Friederike Unzelmann’s performance of the title role in Nina, or, The Love Distracted Maid in Berlin in 1799
SupAp 268.1: Johann Diederich Gries in Bamberg, late September 1800

♦ General Information on Periods, Locales, Cultural History

SupAp Germany in the late Eighteenth Century
SupAp German University Life
SupAp Honorific Titles
SupAp Currencies and Their Abbreviations
SupAp The Royal Saxon Art Gallery in Dresden
SupAp The Antiquities Collection in Dresden
SupAp The Leipzig Trade Fairs
SupAp Weende Paper Mill
SupAp Bocklet
SupAp La Carmagnole

♦ Medicine

SupAp The scandal surrounding Auguste’s death
SupAp Of the Brunonian Doctrine
SupAp Nervous Fever
SupAp The Understanding and Treatment of Dysentery
SupAp Opium ca. 1800
SupAp Catarrhal Fever
SupAp Mustard Plasters
SupAp Bamberg General Hospital
SupAp 123a.1: Friedrich Benjamin Osiander’s self-defense against accusations he botched Lotte Michaelis’s delivery in 1793 and contributed to her death.
SupAp 123a.2: Catharine Margaretha Klocken’s response to the insinuations against her made by F. B. Osiander in his self-defense.
SupAp 193.1: Icelandic Moss in German pharmacology during Caroline’s lifetime.

♦ Supplementary Appendices Associated with Literary Pieces

Caroline’s Draft of a Novel
Caroline’s Manuscripts in the Jagiellonian Library in Krakau
The Mainz Clubbists, or How the Women Exposed their Mutual Shame: A Tragicomic Play 1793
Garlieb Merkel on C. G. Schütz, the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung, and Wilhelm Schlegel
Wilhelm Schlegel’s “Offerings for the Deceased”
Friedrich Schlegel’s Poem to the deceased Auguste: “The Withered Garland”
Marsollier des Vivetières and Nicolas d’Alayrac’s play Nina, or, The Love Distracted Maid
Marsollier des Vivetières and Nicolas d’Alayrac’s aria Quand le bien-aimé reviendra: libretto and piano accompaniment, from their play Nina
Wilhelm Schlegel’s dispute with Alois Hirt concerning the Laocoön group
Johann Diederich Gries: Poems to Caroline and Wilhelm Schlegel
Wilhelm Schlegel’s poem of homage to Friedrich Wilhelm III (1798)
Schiller’s Wallenstein: Trilogy Summary.
Friedrich Nicolai’s Vertraute Briefe von Adelheid B** and Romantic coquettes (Caroline)
Ludwig Tieck’s The Last Judgment and the Allgemeine Literatur-Zeitung
Rudolf Haym’s essay on the Romantics’ Jahrbücher Project 1800

♦ Shakespeare

Caroline and the translation of Shakespeare
Caroline and Wilhelm Schlegel’s On Romeo and Juliet
Wilhelm Schlegel’s Dedication for the Play Romeo and Juliet
Review of the Premiere of Hamlet in Berlin on 15 October 1799 (1)
Review of the Premiere of Hamlet in Berlin on 15 October 1799 (2)
Ella Horn’s essay on the background to the premiere of Hamlet in Berlin
Hermann Conrad on Caroline and the Translation of Shakespeare

♦ Schelling

Schelling’s Heinz Widerporst’s Epicurean Confession of Faith
Schelling’s The Heavenly Image: Stanzas to Caroline at Christmas 1799
Schelling’s The Last Words of the Pastor of Drottning, in Zealand
SupAp 258t.1: Schelling, “Some Remarks on the Occasion of a Review of Brunonian Writings in the A.L.Z.” (1799)

♦ Supplementary Appendices Associated with the Dramatis Personae

The Caroline-epithet Madame Lucifer
SupAp Karl Friedrich August Grosse
SupAp Friedrich Ludwig Wilhelm Meyer
SupAp Amalie Reichard
SupAp Georg Ernst Tatter
SupAp Christian Rudolph Wilhelm Wiedemann
SupAp Friederike Unzelmann
SupAp Caroline’s Rival: Elisa van Nuys
SupAp Friedrich August Eschen
SupAp Sophie Tischbein and Wilhelm Schlegel: The Amsterdam Sophie
SupAp Eduard d’Alton in Dorothea’s Florentin and as Wilhelm Schlegel’s Colleague
SupAp Caroline Wilken, née Tischbein: Memoirs of the Schlegels in Jena
SupAp Karoline Paulus’s Reputation
SupAp Auguste and the Cemetery in Bocklet
SupAp Charlotte Ernst, née Schlegel

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