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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Then there are his treks through the Sicilian hinterland on a donkey, with one eye on the monotony of the fields and the other watching out for bandits. Tomover at Wuthering Expectationshas already posted on the book here and herein his usual excellent fashion, focusing on some of the background and the reasons for the journey.

He is similarly adept at recognizing species of plant and flora, which stimulate thought and research into his botanical theories.

This is no weak intellectual. The man secretly exiting the German town is none other than Johann Wolfgang von Goetheone of the greatest writers of all time, and the reason for this moonlit flight is his desire to fulfil a long-awaited voyage of discovery.

The work begins [4] italienreiise a famous Latin tag, Et in Arcadia egoalthough originally Goethe used the German translation, Auch italienreixe in Arkadienwhich alters the meaning. April vor uns.

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You are commenting using your WordPress. Nicholas BoyleGoethe: Most frequently, he pens descriptions of mineral and rock samples that he retrieves from the mountains, crags, and riverbeds of Italy.

Like Liked by 1 person. Nun war es so weit. Oxford University Press, goetues April als ein wiedergeborener Odysseus, inspiriert durch Reminiszenzen an Homer, von dem er sich in Palermo eine griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe kauft.

‘Italienische Reise’ (‘Italian Journey’) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Review)

He moves swiftly through the north, arriving within weeks for his first extended stay in Rome. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Villa Almerico Capra La Rotonda German Literature Month VI: He also undertakes several dangerous hikes to the summit of Mount Vesuviuswhere he catalogues the nature and qualities of various lava flows and tephra.

Juni trifft er dort wieder ein. From February to May he was in Naples and Sicily. Das Fach- und Kulturportal der Goethezeit. Sizilianische Bucht Handzeichnung Goethes While in Italy, Goethe aspired to witness and to breathe the conditions and milieu of a once highly — and in certain respects still — cultured area endowed with many significant works of art.

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One of the joys of reading Italienische Reise is the insights it provides into the world of Goethe the person. Every comment left on my blog helps a fairy find its wings, so please be generous – do it for the fairies.

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In his journal, Goethe shows a marked iyalienreise in the geology of Europe’s southern regions. Venice, too, holds treasures for his artistic education, and he soon becomes fascinated by the Italian style of living.

Das entspricht freilich seiner eigenen Intention: Photos unserer Leser zu Goethe, Schiller und den Zeitgenossen. TassoEgmontand every month seems to see another package dispatched back to the Teutonic north, with reports of critical acclaim following by return post.

After four months in the capital, he then heads down to Naples and across to Sicily, before returning to Rome for a longer sojourn.

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Goethee eventually gets home almost two years after leaving, a truly life-changing experience:. Seriously, he was obsessed. In Verona, where he enthusiastically commends the harmony and fine proportions of the city amphitheater; he asserts this is the first true piece of Classical art he has witnessed. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe bibliography.