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a female member of a royal family other than the queen (especially the daughter of a sovereign)

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Karen Duve's Die Entfuhrte Prinzessin is a wonderful read, and one gets easily and pleasantly lost in her narrative labyrinth.
Ernst widersetzt sich die Abweisung die Jochanaan den Verfuhrungskunsten der Prinzessin entgegenstellte, dem uber schmerzliche Grundstimmung hinwogenden Sinnentaumeh sie reizt die Prinzessin nur zu der Gegenrede: 'Hab' ich's nicht gesagt?
In Die Prinzessin von Banalien (1872), Bozena (1876), and Das Gemeindekind (1887; The Child of the Parish), her masterpiece, she graphically depicted the surroundings of her Moravian home and showed a true sympathy for the poor and an unsentimental understanding of children.
The Arabella coloratura monstrosity, however, has little of the charm and wit of Zerbinetta's "GroBmachtige Prinzessin.
Am Ende werde ich noch in jedem wandernden Gesellen einen verkleideten Prinzen, oder eine Prinzessin vermuten mussen, und mich in acht nehmen, dass ich ihm nicht zu nahe trete" (112).
The similar description of Effi as "anspruchsvoll" (24) makes her endearing although her mother worries about Effi's views on marriage: "Es kommt dir vor wie ein Marchen, und du mochtest eine Prinzessin sein" (30).
Shorter sections follow on more overtly political texts such as 'Vision auf dem Schlachtfelde' and or Der Elementargeist, Der unheimliche Gast, Die Rauber, and Die Irrungen and Die Geheimnisse, but there is no reference to other texts, such as Klein Zaches, Prinzessin Brambilla, and Meister Floh, in which the political subtext might seem to be more visible.
Like Mozart, Carl Maria von Weber was drawn to the theater at an early age, and rapidly acquired practical experience with a few lesser works, not all of which survive: Peter Schmoll und seine Nachbarn (1802), the incidental music for Turandot, Prinzessin von China (1809), Silvana (1810), Abu Hassan (1811), and the incidental music for Preciosa (1820) all had performances in Weber's lifetime, and excerpts are occasionally heard today in concert performances.
Euler, Leonard, Briefe an eine Deutsche Prinzessin, Leipzig 1773.
Dementsprechend verkorpert er den bosen Zauber, der auf dem Reich der Prinzessin "Lilie" liegt und von dessen Aufhebung das "Marchen" erzahlt.
The princess is the subject of the epilog to the dramas, an essay entitled "Die Prinzessin in der Unterwelt" (The Princess in the Underworld).
A list of German Romantic Novellen might be seemingly endless (but it could include Liebeszauber, Die Majoratsherren, and Prinzessin Brambilla, not discussed here).
Anna Amalia von Preussen (1723-1787): Prinzessin und Musikerin.
Nowhere is this more evident than in Zerbinetta's aria from Strauss s Ariadne auf Naxos, "Grossmachtige Prinzessin," and the Mad Scene from Thomas's Hamlet--both quite individual interpretations.
Graves compares Duve's three novels Regenroman, Dies ist kein Liebeslied and Die entfuhrte Prinzessin and identifies their two main themes: the problematic relationship between the sexes and the conflict between the generations.