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Lovers" vows: or, The natural son

August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue

Lovers" vows: or, The natural son

a comedy, in five acts.

by August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue

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Published by Printed for Thomas, Andrews & Butler. By John W. Butler in Baltimore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesNatural son.
StatementTranslated from the German of Augustus von Kotzebue, by Benjamin Thompson, esq.
SeriesThree centuries of drama, Three centuries of English and American plays, 1500-1800
ContributionsThompson, Benjamin, 1776?-1816.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination66 p.
Number of Pages66
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16893570M

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On Saturday 12th July, Elizabeth Inchbald’s Lovers’ Vows lit up the lawn outside Chawton House a marquee kindly lent by the Jane Austen Society, the theatre company Artifice (an aspect of LinchPin Productions) put on a performance both riveting and hilarious. The performance was richer still in this setting for its resonance with the themes of Austen’s Mansfield Park ( Kotzebue, August von, Lover's Vows (fifth edition; London, ), also by Mrs. Inchbald HTML at Celebration of Women Writers; HTML at Tripod; Gutenberg text; Kotzebue, August von, Lovers vows; a play, in five acts. (New York, Published by David Longworth, At the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, Feb), also by William Dunlap, trans. by Anne Plumptre (page.


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Lovers" vows: or, The natural son by August Friedrich Ferdinand von Kotzebue Download PDF EPUB FB2

In its day, Lovers' Vows was supposed to be a little racy and controversial. A woman is left destitute because she had an illegitimate child, and 20 years later meets up with the father of the child who is trying to keep his daughter from his marriage marrying a man who has illegitmate children/5.

Lovers' Vows (), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park (), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (; literally "Love Child," or "Natural Son," as it is often translated), all of which were published between and : Lovers' vows; or, the natural son.

A drama, in five acts. Translated from the German of Augustus von Kotzebue, by Benjamin Thompson, Esq. (): August von Kotzebue: Books. Lovers Vows A Play in Five Acts by Mrs. Inchbald from the German of Kotzebue. TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES: This e text is taken from the 5th edition published in As the PREFACE.

makes clear, "Lovers Vows." is not a direct translation of Kotzebue's play. Lovers' Vows, a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park, is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (literally "Child of Love," or "Natural Son," as it is often translated).

Inchbald's version is the only one to have been performed/5(). Lovers' Vows (), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park (), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (; literally "Child of Love," or "Natural Son," as it The natural son book often translated), all of which were published The natural son book and Inchbald's version is the only one to Author: Elizabeth Inchbald.

Lovers' Vows (), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park (), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (; literally "Child of Love," or "Natural Son," as it is often translated), all of which were published between and Get this from a library.

Lover's vows, or, The natural son: a comedy in five acts. [August von Kotzebue; Benjamin Thompson]. Lovers Vows A Play in Five Acts by Mrs. Inchbald from the German of Kotzebue TRANSCRIBER'S NOTES: This e-text is taken from the 5th edition published in As the PREFACE.

makes clear, "Lovers Vows." is not a direct translation of Kotzebue's play. LOVERS' VOWS. ACT I. SCENE I. A high road, a town at a distance—A small inn on one side of the road—A cottage on the other.

The LANDLORD of the inn leads AGATHA by the hand out of his house. Landlord. No, no. no room for you any longer—It is the fair to-day in the next village; as great a fair as any in the German dominions.

Get this from a library. Lovers' vows ; or, the natural son. A drama, in five acts. Translated from the German of Augustus von Kotzebue, by Benjamin Thompson, Esq. [August von Kotzebue]. Lovers' Vows (), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park (), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (; literally Child of Love,' or 'Natural Son,' as it is often translated), all of which were published between and Get this from a library.

Lovers' vows, or, The natural son: a drama in five acts. [August von Kotzebue; Benjamin Thompson]. Genre/Form: Plays Wrappers (Binding) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kotzebue, August von, Lovers vows. New York, Published by David Longworth, At the Dramatic Repository, Shakspeare-Gallery, Feb   Lovers’ Vows is set in Germany, and the entire play takes place in the short span of a day.

Frederick is a German soldier who has come home from war on a leave of absence, and is eager to see his beloved mother, Agatha, after an absence of five years. Lovers’ Vows unites two principal strands, the consequences-of-seduction plot and an unconventional courtship plot: Agatha Friburg, twenty years ago seduced by a young nobleman and now reduced to illness and poverty, reveals to her son, Frederick, that he is Baron Wildenhaim’s natural son; while begging for money to relieve his mother’s.

We will be opening this season in early November with Lovers’ Vows, by 18th-century novelist and playwright Elizabeth Inchbald, based upon the German playwright August von Kotzebue’s Das Kinde der Liebe [literally The Child of Love/Love-Child.

August von Kotzebue ( - ) wrote Das Kind der Liebe (; literally "Child of Love," or "Natural Son," as it is often translated), all of which were published between and in. A friend of mine is the daughter of a former priest and a former nun.

Her family history is what attracted me to this book however, "Vows" is very different from what I thought it would be. As its title states, this book is a true story about the author's parents/5(34). PREFACE. It would appear like affectation to offer an apology for any scenes or passages omitted or added, in this play, different from the original: its reception has given me confidence to suppose what I have done is right; for Kotzebue’s “Child of Love” in Germany, was never more attractive than “Lovers’ Vows” has been in England.

Second the book is very indirect; Austen is coy, hidden; she is intensely concerned to marginalise some of her stories so we only see them out of her heroine's eye. The hidden nature of the calendar is of a piece with the book's silences and Austen's distance from this heroine.

Chapman was the first to Author: Mossflower.Lover's Vows Elizabeth Inchbald. Narrator LibriVox Community Publisher: LibriVox 0 0 0 Summary Lovers' Vows (), a play by Elizabeth Inchbald arguably best known now for having been featured in Jane Austen's novel Mansfield Park (), is one of at least four adaptations of August von Kotzebue's Das Kind der Liebe (; literally "Child of Love," or "Natural Son," as it is often.The laws of Germany excluded you from being registered at your birth--for--you are a natural son!

Frederick: [starts--after a pause]. So!--And who is my father? Agatha: Oh Frederick, your wild looks are daggers to my heart. Another time. Frederick: [endeavouring to conceal his emotion].

No, no--I am still your son--and you are still my mother.