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The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (5 star ratings)

View all 13 comments. Then I pray, a little more strength for every sensitive heart, a little more kindness to the shallow ones and little more wisdom for myself- to see the unjust, unhappy, mortal, gruesome world unwaveringly like I see the innocent kids, the glory and beauty, the warmth and humanity.

Goethe was Don Gaspar, an upstart in the bourgeois class and a liberal man, and Textor Isabella, the mother of J. About the destiny of Men: Sometimes I don’t understand how another can love her, is allowed to love her, since I love her so completely myself, so intensely, so fully, grasp nothing, know nothing, have nothing but her.

Are you still alive, after reading the book? I’m not sure how well it translates to English, having read it in Dutch and German, but I’m sure there are many competant translators out there.

But for Werther, a painful detour towards joveen destruction comes naturally in the course of living than the simulation of a personality that is not true for him. I am proud of my heart alone, it is the sole source of everything, all our strength, happiness and misery.

After expressing his preference for Dante,Tasso and Ariosto, proclaiming the “tedious uniformity” of Petrarch s sonnets and elegies, and criticizing the “indelicate” poet s vanity, does not hesitate to satirize the abundant fertility eleven children, Gibbon declared, joen malicious superfluity, as “legitimate” of almost angelic Laura pouring from the chaste sighs petrarquianos.


I do not think of you; you are always before my soul. As noted above, they wanted to hoard Wisdom Humanists, looking at the classical culture.

I lkbro, it has been a sad read, but I didn’t pick up even the complefo hint of a Werther ‘fever’, if one could call it that. Brief Biography Giovanni Boccaccio was born in June or July of ,may have been born in Florence in Certaldo or even, according to some sources, in Paris.

The Bullock perspective led him to discuss conHugh Trevor-Roper in the s, he argued that Hitler did have beliefs, however repugnant, and his actions were motivated by them. Before I was halfway through this book I had already connected with it on a deep level. As cuitaz little inclination towards business, the father decided to steer it in the study of canon law.

Jovfn wish when someone is bogged down others should come to prop them up.

Once again, I was surprised how much I cared for them. Today, as in the past six centuries, opinion leans overwhelmingly by the poet, but not without restrictions and discordant voices. Okay fine, you know what, here’s the first song I ever wrote. The Oxford edition is excellent, it not only includes information about the story in the preface which gives all you cuihas want to know about the story and Goethe.

The Sorrows of Young Werther

Goethe’s style and prose is incredible. More than a mistake, it is a distortion of perspective. WertherAlbertLotte. Goethe is inventing emo here, and let he who has not written shitty poetry in his or her youth cast the first stone.

Also, if you liked it enough or even because you hated it — you should ch Before I was halfway through this book I had already connected with it on a deep level. Historia de la literatura alemana. According to Bullock, Hitler was a charlatan, an adventurer with a lack of principles, beliefs or scruples whose actions throughout his career were motivated solely by a desire for power.

What I love — and I mean, ciitas love — about it is that it is not graphic at all, there is sexual attraction but nothing that would prompt a PG rating, let alone anything above. Werther es un hombre que, en el momento del inicio de la historia, se dedica a dibujar y es reacio a tomar un puesto que le estaban ofreciendo.


El padre de J. I have had this on my to read list but earlier this year it was bumped up after reading Elizabeth Von Armin’s Elizabeth’s German Garden and once again after reading Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, both books memtioned “Sorrows”.

In the seven years since the birth of Petrarchthe controversy continues. View all 6 comments. The Sorrows of Young Werther was not only an overnight success bringing about a fashion movement, it was also influential to the romantic movement in literature AND can be blamed for the first instances of copycat suicides.

The editor’s notes are the author trying to make this story seem real which it was based on many happenings of that time of Goethe and others. It was also established that Charlemagne was who reorganized the European territory was left in the hands of various people called.

We have to consider the idea that his joy and sorrow is not just unrequited love but a deeper issue. Vale la pena intentar leerlo porque es un gran libro de la literatura alemana y de esos que cada vez que se abren, dicen algo nuevo. Anyway, its origins certainly modest, remain obscure. It’s about a young guy around Wertjer age 24whose name more or less rhymes with Goethe, who falls hopelessly in love with a married woman, like Goethe did, and then mopes dompleto quoting poetry like this: If I was reading this without knowing the story I would read the before stuff after reading this story.

Posteriormente fue vicerrector a tiempo completo de la universidad de Oxford. Exactly where Humanism originates. While this may sound like a morbid and depressing novel, Goethe shows the beauty behind the tragedy. Goethe does a bang-up job of describing the hopeless angst of young love, and the embarrassing excesses that go along with it.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Two other things fascinated me: The writing style was poetic in every way. Una cosa es decirlo