[Ebook] ➬ Die Leiden des jungen Werthers ➫ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – Lalaweek.us

Die Leiden des jungen WerthersLa Prima Volta Che Werther Sente Parlare Di Lotte, Non Pu Immaginare Che Quelle Parole Segneranno Il Suo Destino Conoscer Una Bella Ragazza Stia Attento A Non Innamorarsene, Gi Promessa Un Solo Ballo Con Lei E Per Werther Non Esister Pi Nulla Solo Quegli Occhi Neri E Quelle Labbra Rosse, E Il Desiderio Ardente Di Starle Sempre Vicino Finch Non Arriva Albert, Il Futuro Sposo, Tanto Saggio E Razionale Quanto Werther Appassionato E Sognatore Ma Come Potr Continuare A Vivere Sapendo Che Lotte Non Sar Mai Sua Il Primo Vero Bestseller Della Storia Europea Pubblicato Nel 1774, Il Romanzo Suscit Reazioni Fortissime Tra I Giovani Lettori, Divenendo Il Libro Di Un Intera Generazione, E Di Ogni Nuova Generazione.

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    This is s dangerous book For anyone who has suffered from that unrequited love that burns like a fever will be able to relate uncannily well with this book Unfortunately the ending is such that it inspired many people to use it like a template for their own lives when faced with a similar situation While finishing up this book I wondered whether Goethe was ever aware or thought about the painful actions his book inspired This is a fictionalized autobiography of Goethe s own experience of being in love with a woman he could never have The experience was obviously very painful for him His writing style has powerful clarity that can easily pull you into the story causing you to ache with the main character and laugh at the same time To me this was an example of the dark side of romanticism The main character, Werther, was so obsessed and fixated on Charlotta the woman he loves that it was as if he wasn t even seeing her any What he was in love with was an idea, not actually her, he was in love with his own ideal of her This is the grand delusion that romantics feed themselves and they do it to such excess that their behavior seems pitiable I would only recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand what obsession with another human being looks like This mindset is as unhealthy as attaining the object, and I say ...

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    I couldn t help but imagine young Werther as a high school, tweeting about all his troubles to the ether So, without further ado, I present to you The Tweets of Young Werther.This is the kind of book that high school teachers should be making self absorbed teenagers read They can totally relate, both...

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    Thackeray wrote this very glib verse synopsis of the tale Werther had a love for Charlotte Such as words could never utter Would you know how first he met her She was cutting bread and butter.Charlotte was a married lady, And a moral man was Werther,And, for all the wealth of Indies, Would do nothing for to hurt her.So he sighed and pined and ogled, And his passion boiled and bubbled,Till he blew hi...

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    959 Les souffrances du jeune werther The sorrows of young Werther, Johann Wolfgang von GoetheA Autobiographical novel by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, first published in 1774 2003 1381 255 9646581536 1385 1387 18 1386 220 9789649971582 1390 1383 02 13 9647274149 224 1388 224 9789642575268

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    It s taken me well over a year to get through the saga of Young Werther s love for his Lotte even though it s quite a short little book I plead mitigating circumstances I had no thought of reading this novel until I came across a pair of characters called Goethe and Lotte in Christine Brooke Rose s Textermination, and checked out their real life story The trail led to a fictional version of the same story in Young Werther I was tempted to try reading Young Werther in his own language so I bought a parallel text and set about deciphering Die Leiden while meanwhile continuing to decipher Brooke Rose s prose I love challenges Die Leiden is written mostly in the form of letters from Werther to his friend Wilhelm The first lines of the first letter had a lovely rhythm and were full of short and recognisable words Wie froh bin ich, da ich weg bin Bester Freund, was ist das Herz des Menchen How glad I am to have come away Best of friends, what the human heart is like I read a bit further, pleased with my eff...

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    I have been intoxicated than once, my passions have never been far off insanity Although I have some sympathy for unrequited love, it was hard for me to understand Werther My feelings toward him went back and forth between sympathy and frustration At times I admired his love, at other times I found it to be very obsessive Yes, he was sensitive and romantic, but the woman of his dreams did not lead him on...

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    I would not be mistaken if I think that many of us would have just eschewed this book by just seeing the first few words of the title SORROW the very word instigates a sense of a confused horror in us Sorrow is one of the emotions which every great men cannot escape in their lives, as Dostoevsky says Sorrow brings a state of helplessness from which the unfortunate weak ones cannot free themselves Though the events of this story can be considered as unfortunate for our Werther but it can be also accepted that Werther is not a weak one, at least in common sense.The mere idea of reading letters brings a happy amusement to most of us But what if those letters brim with sorrow Through this brilliant epistolary novel, Goethe makes us read the most compelling letters of sorrowful experience of Werther in his young age I am proud of my heart alone, it is the sole source of everything, all our strength, happiness and misery All the knowledge I possess everyone else can acquire, but my heart is all my own Werther is not the one who despises living or humans but he is one of those great men who loves the simplicity of the common man a kind hearted ...

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