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Eleven plays in the original German: Die Aufgeregten, Egmont, Faust, Goetz von Berlichingen, Iphigenie, Die Mitschuldigen, Die Naturliche Tochter Torquato Tasso, Satyros, Die Geschwister, and Die Laune des Verliebten. Wikipedia: "Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (* 28. August 1749 in Frankfurt am Main; † 22. März 1832 in Weimar), geadelt 1782, war ein deutscher Dichter. Er forschte und publizierte außerdem auf verschiedenen naturwissenschaftlichen Gebieten. Ab 1776 bekleidete er am Hof von Weimar unterschiedliche ...

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Eleven plays in the original German: Die Aufgeregten, Egmont, Faust, Goetz von Berlichingen, Iphigenie, Die Mitschuldigen, Die Naturliche Tochter Torquato Tasso, Satyros, Die Geschwister, and Die Laune des Verliebten. Wikipedia: "Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (* 28. August 1749 in Frankfurt am Main; † 22. März 1832 in Weimar), geadelt 1782, war ein deutscher Dichter. Er forschte und publizierte außerdem auf verschiedenen naturwissenschaftlichen Gebieten. Ab 1776 bekleidete er am Hof von Weimar unterschiedliche politische und administrative Ämter. Goethes literarische Produktion umfasst Gedichte, Dramen, erzählende Werke (in Vers und Prosa), autobiografische, ästhetische, kunst- und literaturtheoretische sowie naturwissenschaftliche Schriften. Auch sein umfangreicher Briefwechsel ist von großer literarischer Bedeutung. Goethe war ein Vorreiter und der wichtigste Vertreter des Sturm und Drang. Sein Roman Die Leiden des jungen Werthers machte ihn 1774 in ganz Europa berühmt. Später wandte er sich inhaltlich und formal den Idealen der Antike zu und wurde ab den 1790er Jahren, gemeinsam mit Friedrich Schiller und im Austausch mit diesem, zum wichtigsten Vertreter der Weimarer Klassik. Im Alter galt Goethe auch im Ausland als Repräsentant des geistigen Deutschland. Während die Wertschätzung Goethes nach seinem Tode zunächst abnahm, wurde er im Deutschen Kaiserreich ab 1871 "zum Kronzeugen der nationalen Identität der Deutschen" und als solcher für den deutschen Nationalismus vereinnahmt. Es setzte nun eine Verehrung nicht nur des Werks, sondern auch der Persönlichkeit des Dichters ein, dessen Lebensführung als vorbildlich empfunden wurde. Bis heute gilt Goethe als bedeutendster deutscher Dichter, sein Werk wird zu den Höhepunkten der Weltliteratur gezählt."

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  • ISBN-13: 9780192812667
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 6/1/1985
  • Series: World's Classics Series
  • Pages: 270
  • Product dimensions: 4.56 (w) x 7.31 (h) x 0.45 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 18, 2012

    Not bad

    This is a nice little post apocalyptic novel. The ending was very open - ended though, which may disappoint some readers.

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    Posted March 24, 2013

    Nice Hidden Gem

    Interesting post apocalyptic fiction. Not the best book you will ever read, but it has its moments and it is an interesting take on life after us.

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