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Definitions

  1. Goethe (1749-1832) was a novelist, dramatist, poet, humanist, scientist, philosopher, and for ten years chief minister of state at Weimar.
  2. Goethe is a good writer, a great one indeed, and this novel is important, especially when you put it in the context of the Romantic movement of the time.
  3. Goethe was a German poet, novelist, dramatist, theorist, painter, natural scientist and long-serving Privy Councilor (" Geheimrat ") of the duchy of Weimar.
  4. Goethe was a young lawyer in Wetzlar when he met (1772) Charlotte Buff, the Lotte in his novel Die Leiden des jungen Werthers (1774).
  5. Goethe is a sufficient connecting link for anything that is or can be called human.

Theory

  1. Miranda ascribed the colours he chose for his flag to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 's theory of primary colours.

Little

  1. The admiration had been all on Beethoven's side; to Goethe, Beethoven was little more than a famous name.

Original

  1. Goethe started there Iphignie - In Weimar is a copy of Goethe's Gartenhaus; also the furniture and other details follow the original.

Lunch

  1. After lunch we go to the cemetery to find the graves of Schiller and Goethe and the people associated with them.

Letters

  1. Ivo Schricker had a lock of Gothes hair and a number of these letters of correspondance between Meyer and Goethe in his possesion.

Director

  1. Goethe as Theatre Director - An account of Goethe's time as director of the Weimar Theatre. (Web site)

Switzerland

  1. After a relaxing trip to Switzerland, Goethe made a decisive break with his past.

Reynard

  1. Goethe, also, dealt with Reynard in his fable Reinecke Fuchs.

Poetry

  1. Goethe produced volumes of poetry, essays, criticism, and scientific work, including a theory of optics and early work on evolution and linguistics.
  2. Read more about the poetry of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. (Web site)

World Literature

  1. Persian literature has been considered by such thinkers as Goethe as one of the four main bodies of world literature. (Web site)

Damnation

  1. Inspiration was also gleaned from the poetry and plays of the day, such as Hector Berlioz's The Damnation of Faust, based on the epic poem by Goethe.

Serbian Epic Poetry

  1. Goethe and Jacob Grimm learned Serbian in order to read Serbian epic poetry in original.

Young Goethe

  1. In this time (until 1763) young Goethe frequently visits the theater. (Web site)

Dorothea

  1. Goethe wrote the poem Hermann and Dorothea about the Salzburg exiles' march.
  2. Goethe wrote the poem " Hermann and Dorothea " about the Salzburg exiles' march. (Web site)

Friedrich Von Schiller

  1. The friendship of Friedrich von Schiller and his death (1805) made a deep impression on Goethe. (Web site)

Zelter

  1. In 1821 Mendelssohn paid his first visit to Goethe, with whom he spent sixteen days at Weimar, in company with Zelter. (Web site)

Goethe Link

  1. At that time, the observatory belonged to Dr. Goethe Link, an Indianapolis surgeon and amateur astronomer. (Web site)

Friedrich Schiller

  1. They were much praised by Goethe, Schlegel, Madame de Staël and Sismondi; and one of them, Turandot or Re Turandote, was translated by Friedrich Schiller. (Web site)

Goethe House

  1. It is located at a park and very close to Goethe House.It is only a three minute walk to the historic town centre. (Web site)

Carl Friedrich Zelter

  1. The next year he began formal composition studies with Carl Friedrich Zelter, a composer greatly admired by the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. (Web site)

Goethe Prize

  1. She's apparantly only done it twice in public: when she was awarded the Goethe Prize (1991) and when she won the Nobel Prize (1996). (Web site)

Sister

  1. In 1806, Goethe was living in Weimar with his mistress Christiane Vulpius, the sister of Christian A. Vulpius, and their son Julius August Walter von Goethe.

Mother

  1. During convalescence, Goethe was nursed by his mother and sister.
  2. Goethe had a comfortable childhood and he was greatly influenced by his mother, who encouraged his literary aspirations.

Nobility

  1. Goethe is conferred a title of nobility ("von Goethe"!) by Emperor Joseph II. (Web site)
  2. Beethoven had admired Goethe already in his youth, although he considered Goethe's attitude toward the nobility too servile.

Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

  1. He's also known for "Faust." Read more about the life and works of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. (Web site)
  2. The period also encompassed the early works of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Friedrich von Schiller. (Web site)
  3. The Goethehaus is the childhood home of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the all-round genius who is Germany's most revered man of letters.

Visitors

  1. Famous Visitors In the 19th century, visitors to the Wiesbaden's famous hot springs included Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Johannes Brahms.

Translation

  1. In September 1820, Goethe wrote to his son, August, confidently stating that Coleridge was well under way with a translation.

Setting

  1. The title comes from a profoundly self-examining poem by Goethe which Strauss had considered setting as a choral work[ 18]. (Web site)

Play

  1. Egmont by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe is a play that is set in the shadow of Spanish possession of the Netherlands.

Devil

  1. In the 1725 version which was read by Goethe, Mephostophiles is a devil in the form of a greyfriar summoned by Faust in a wood outside Wittenberg. (Web site)
  2. Paper money is created by the devil in the 1832 Faust, Part II, Act I, by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, to save the imperial finances.

Close Friend

  1. Eventually, Hummel settled in Weimar where he became a close friend of Goethe and performed in the famous author's house frequently. (Web site)

Influence

  1. She is remembered for her letters and for her influence on such great German writers as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and Heinrich Heine.

Homologous

  1. In this he rejected Richard Owen's view that the bones of the skull and the spine were homologous, an opinion previously held by Goethe and Lorenz Oken.

First

  1. First, we tried Floral Jasmine by Felicitea (3 minutes, 180?) and then Really Goethe by SerendipiTea (prepared in the same way). (Web site)

World

  1. Open the first page and embark into the world of Goethe, there is little wonder why faust took fifty years to complete. (Web site)

Literature

  1. Goethe quickly became interested in literature; Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock and Homer were among his early favourites.
  2. Romanticism in literature appears to precede the first signs of Romantic music (for example Goethe [1749-1832] and Wordsworth [1770-1850]). (Web site)

Friend

  1. In his youth Beer (as he then was) studied with Antonio Salieri and the German master and friend of Goethe, Carl Friedrich Zelter. (Web site)

Lyrics

  1. With lyrics by Brecht, Morike, Hölderlin and Goethe, it established Eisler's reputation as one of the 20th century's great composers of German lieder.
  2. With lyrics by Brecht, Morike, Hlderlin and Goethe, it established Eisler's reputation as one of the 20th century's great composers of German lieder.
  3. Grieg wrote songs with lyrics from Heinrich Heine, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and others (op. (Web site)

Weimar Republic

  1. Its cultural heritage includes the Weimar Classicism of Goethe and Schiller, the Bauhaus as well as the Weimar Republic. (Web site)

Ouml

  1. A number of German poets, notably Goethe and Friedrich Hölderlin, both of the early 19th century, made highly successful use of the Classical metres.

Frankfurt

  1. Because his studies did not progress, Goethe was forced to return to Frankfurt at the close of August 1768.
  2. Goethe practised law in Frankfurt (1771-72) and Wetzlar (1772).
  3. At the end of August 1771, Goethe was certified as a licensee in Frankfurt.

Work

  1. Goethe and Schopenhauer were riding a crest of scholarly discovery, most notably the work done by Sir William Jones. (Web site)
  2. Graham Johnson, pianist and guiding spirit behind the whole project, has given her excellent material to work with: songs to texts by Schiller and Goethe. (Web site)
  3. As a genre, it reminded me of Kundera's, episodic return to the world of Goethe in Immortality, but it does not work so well.

Writers

  1. Writers such as Goethe and Schiller radically altered practice, while in Scotland Robert Burns began setting down folk music.
  2. Some painters, theoreticians, writers and scientists, including Goethe, Kandinsky, Newton, have written their own color theory. (Web site)
  3. The Goethe Prize of Frankfurt-am-Main (Goethepreis der Stadt Frankfurt) is a German literary award of high prestige (not restricted to writers, though).

Writing

  1. Around this time Friedrich von Mueller began keeping records of his conversations with Goethe, and Goethe started writing his autobiography.
  2. Goethe spent more or less his whole life on writing and improving this drama. (Web site)
  3. While the writing had helped Goethe regain stability, the novel's effect on the public was the opposite; it encouraged morbid sensibility. (Web site)

Non-Profit Organization

  1. Friends of Goethe is a non-profit organization which was founded in 1996.

Goethe-Institut

  1. Friends of Goethe is a non-profit support organization of the Goethe-Institut with about 1500 members.

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