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  1. Johann Kaspar Schiller (* 27. Oktober 1723 in Bittenfeld; † 7. September 1796 auf dem Schloss Solitude bei Gerlingen (Württemberg), begraben 9. September 1796 an der Petruskirche in Gerlingen [1]) war Offizier und Hofgärtner des Herzogs von Württemberg. Er ist der Vater Friedrich Schillers .

  2. Johann Kaspar Schiller (27 October 1723 – 7 September 1796) was an army officer and court gardener to the Dukes of Württemberg. He and his wife Elisabetha Dorothea are also notable as the parents of the playwright Friedrich Schiller .

  3. Sturm und Drang, (German: “Storm and Stress”), German literary movement of the late 18th century that exalted nature, feeling, and human individualism and sought to overthrow the Enlightenment cult of Rationalism. Goethe and Schiller began their careers as prominent members of the movement. The.

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  4. Friedrich Schiller was born on 10 November 1759, in Marbach, Württemberg, as the only son of military doctor Johann Kaspar Schiller (1723–1796) and Elisabetha Dorothea Schiller (1732–1802). They also had five daughters, including Christophine, the eldest.

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    • Physician, poet, playwright, writer, historian, philosopher
  5. Schiller, Johann Kaspar (1723-1796), Militär; württembergischer Beamter, Vater von Schiller, Friedrich von Erreichbarkeit Der Bestand 83 liegt in vorläufiger Verzeichnung vor.

  6. Die Horen (The Horae) was a monthly German literary journal published from 1795 to 1797. It was printed by the Cotta publishing house in Tübingen and edited and run by Friedrich Schiller.

  7. Definite Articles – In English, we use the word “the” to talk about a specific person, idea, or object. The three main definite articles in German are der, die, and das. Indefinite Articles – The words “a” and “an” allow us to speak about more generic people, places, or objects.

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