File:SchikanederBoelzlscheibe.PNG

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English: A Bölzlscheibe (target for recreational dart-shooting) depicting Emanuel Schikaneder (1751–1812) as a womanizer.
Date
Source David Schoeder (1999) Mozart in Revolt, Yale University Press
Author Unknown
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Schroder (1999, 180) writes that the target depicts Schikaneder "as an incorrigible Don Juan, ... flirting with a girl on the Linz bridge over the Danube. He muses in a cartoon caption, "ich verspreche was ich keiner halte" (I promise what I cannot keep), while another girl waiting for him wistfully hopes "Er wird schon kommen" (He will soon come to me)."

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