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From Course of Lectures on Dramatic Art and Literature Schlegel (1767–1845), the German romantic poet and thinker, gained his intimate knowledge of Shakespeare by translating the playwright’s works into his native language. His Lectures provide keen insight into the plays. The following excerpt on All’s Well That Ends Well, for example, begins by grouping the play with other, similar Shakespeare works, anticipating Boas’s “problem plays” categorization at the end of the century. Schlegel, over all, is warmly sympathetic to the play.

It is not so with HIM that all things knows, As ’tis with us that square our guess by shows: But most it is presumption in us, when The help of Heaven we count the act of men. Dear sir, to my endeavour give consent: Of Heaven, not me, make an experiment. ” No wonder such eloquent persuasion succeeds in its desired effect upon her royal listener. He replies, “Art thou so confident? ” STA All's Well That Ends Well fi38 38 11/23/2009 3:43:35 PM All’s Well That Ends Well in the Nineteenth Century 39 The essence of Helena’s philosophy, in its practical energy, which prefers deeds to speech, and its hopeful nature, ever looking to the possibility of good, as well as facing the existence of evil, is contained in those few words of hers where she interrupts something she was going to say, thus— “But with the word, the time will bring on summer; When briars shall have leaves as well as thorns, And be as sweet as sharp.

He has the pride of birth, with scarcely a virtue to give dignity to, and warrant that pride. He is weak in judgment; for he is the last to perceive the scoundrel character of the wretch Parolles. He is imperious and headstrong, treacherous, a liar, and a coward. One of the commentators (Dr Johnson, I think) denies that he is a coward, assuming that he must have distinguished himself in the Florentine war, since he received the favour of the duke; but I mean that he was a moral coward; as proof, there is scarcely a scene wherein he appears, (but more especially in the 3d of the last Act, when he infamously traduces the character of Diana,) that he does not exhibit himself a despicable, and even a loathsome coward.

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