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FRIEDRICH SCHILLER (1759-1805) was a playwright and historian, widely regarded as the national dramatist of Germany and second only to Goethe in importance.

MIKE POULTON has written many successful translations and adaptations, including Turgenev’s Fortune’s Fool, Schiller’s Don Carlos and Wallenstein, and Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales and Malory’s Morte D’Arthur for the RSC.

By Friderich Schiller, available from Currency Press

Luise Miller
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Luise Miller

Friedrich Schiller (adapted by Mike Poulton)
Ferdinand, the son of the most powerful statesman in the land, is willing to forsake his fortune for the love of Luise, daughter of a humble musician. But in a world where power is everything, their future happiness and liberty lies beyond their control.

A massive success in its time, and the subject of Verdi’s famous opera, Luise Miller is considered by many to be a masterpiece that brilliantly defines the corrupting power of politics and money. This new version is guaranteed to grip audiences and like the Donmar’s earlier productions of Schiller, Luise Miller will undoubtedly be one of the theatrical events of the year.

Nick Hern Books, UK | 978-1-84842-147-9 | Sales rights: Australia/NZ | PB