Johann Wolfgang von Goethe


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Noun1.Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - German poet and novelist and dramatist who lived in Weimar (1749-1832)Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - German poet and novelist and dramatist who lived in Weimar (1749-1832)
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Elsewhere, the Frankfurt Goethe House - birthplace of Germany's most famous author and poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - was built in the typical 18th-century bourgeois style.
The great German poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, is known for the fascination he held for Persian poetry, the verse of Hafiz in particular, as well as for the inspiration he drew from the literary and mystical manifestation of Islamic culture.
Elsewhere, the Frankfurt Goethe House - birthplace of Ga Germany's most famous author and poet, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - was built in the typical 18th-century bourgeois style.
Even the phrase "elective affinities" is likely taken from the title of an 1809 novel by famed German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, although its usage traces back earlier.
Even the phrase"elective affinities" is likely taken from the title of an 1809 novel by famed German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, although its usage traces back earlier.
Open procedure property: Hospital of johann wolfgang von goethe - university, Theodor stern quay 7, Frankfurt am main works: H23 erw - schlosser house 23 def about 340 m railing on staircases about 628 m wooden handrail about 574 m crash protection about 194 m glass railing about 10 pcs.
Ibn-Rushd-Goethe-Mosque is the first open-minded mosque of its kind in the country and is named after Ibn Rushd, a 12th century Andalusian Islamic scholar and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, the German playwright.
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE (1749-1832) has the kind of unquestioned preeminence in the German-speaking world that Shakespeare has among English speakers.
The title of the exhibition is based on "Die Wahlverwandschaften" (Elective Affinities), the third novel by the German writer and statesman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which was published in 1809.
In this familiar poem, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe frames nightfall by a woods and a profound silence.
Sigrid Damm, one suspects, had a fortunate hunch: after all that has been written by and about Johann Wolfgang von Goethe on his earlier years in Frankfurt, Leipzig, and Strasbourg, his life at the Weimar court, his peregrinations in Italy, his participation with Duke Karl August in the disastrous campaign in France, and various other forays outside of Weimar, what about the nearby duchy of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg?
It is loosely based on the German epistolary novel "The Sorrows of Young Werther" by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, which was based both on fact and on Goethe's own early life.