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Marienbad Elegy
... The Marienbad Elegy is a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ... This poem, considered one of Goethe's finest and most personal, reflects the devastating sadness the poet felt when Baroness Ulrike von Levetzow declined his ... Goethe was 73 years old, she was 18 ...
Scenes From Goethe's Faust
... Written between 1844 and 1853, Scenes from Goethe's Faust (Szenen aus Goethes Faust) has been described as the height of composer Robert Schumann's accomplishments in ... just over a decade after the death of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who completed Part Two of the dramatic poem Faust in his final year ... Many contemporary readers of Faust found Goethe's epic poem daunting and difficult to grasp ...
Modern Education Schools - International Affiliations - Goethe Institut
... The Goethe Institut has started a new program (Schulen Partner der Zukunft) to improve the German language teaching around the world ... a member of this partner school initiative program funded by Goethe Institut ... professional supervision of the project by the "Goethe Institut" over a period of three years ...
Louise Seidler - Life - Munich (1817-18)
... Thanks to Goethe she received a one-year scholarship of 400 Taler from duke Charles Augustus to go to Munich for a year's further training in painting ... On 4 July 1817 she travelled to Munich and, with letters of recommendation from Goethe, was welcomed into the house of the philosopher Friedrich Heinrich Jacobi ... friezes of Leo von Klenze's Apollotempel at the Nymphenburg Palace for Goethe ...
Ludwig Hirzel (historian) - Selected Publications
... Goethes italienische Reise (Goethe's Italian Journey), (Basel 1871) Schillers Beziehungen zum Altertum (Schiller's Association with Antiquity), (Aarau 1872) Karl Ruckstuhl, ein ...

Famous quotes containing the word goethe:

    And as long as this is not part of you,
    This die and become,
    You are but a somber guest
    On this dark earth.
    —Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    Several classical sayings that one likes to repeat had quite a different meaning from the ones later times attributed to them.
    —Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)

    What’s it to you if I love you?
    —Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)