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Wallenstein's Camp, (play)
F. Schiller

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THE CAMP OF WALLENSTEIN 

Translated by James Churchill. 

The Camp of Wallenstein is an introduction to the celebrated tragedy of
that name; and, by its vivid portraiture of the state of the general's
army, gives the best clue to the spell of his gigantic power.  The blind
belief entertained in the unfailing success of his arms, and in the
supernatural agencies by which that success is secured to him; the
unrestrained indulgence of every passion, and utter disregard of all law,
save that of the camp; a hard oppression of the peasantry and plunder of
the country, have all swollen the soldiery with an idea of interminable
sway.  But as we have translated the whole, we shall leave these reckless
marauders to speak for themselves. 

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