Excerpt from Schillers Wallenstein, Vol. 2: With English Notes, Arguments, and an Historical and Critical Introduction; Wallenstein's Tod
Ferdinandus Max appeals to Thekla to decide for him, but she bids him follow his first impulse. Wallenstein returns from his unsuccess ful... attempt to pacify the troops, and gives orders for his departure from Pilsen. The Cuirassiers force their way into the room, demanding Max, who at last tears himself away, and in the midst Of his soldiers leaves tht scene, while Thekla, fainting, sinks into her mother's arms.
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