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    (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Download µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe It has indeed been a long time since I read Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's classic and while I do not have the time or even the reuir

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    Read & Download Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Anyone can read Faust but who can really say that he understand it? I know I don't For those who seek a little bit enlightenment on this subject I can recommend the book by Rudolf Steiner Goethe's Secret Revelation and The Riddle of Faust and of course his other books about Goethe

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Download µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Der Teufel als NihilistIch bin der Geist der stets verneintUnd das mit Recht; denn alles was entstehtIst werth daß es zu Grunde geh

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    Download µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Read & Download Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe What's my opinion worth on this popular and mysterious masterpiece? I'm still not sure I've got my head around it It is filled with symbols and poetry that I couldn't uite grasp on the first read This is doubtless partly because of my imperfect German But I found the play as a whole deeply moving and the parts that I did understand I found

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    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Download µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe I needed a bit time to get through this as i thought but I liked it I really love the german classics

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    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe This is an excellent and complete edition of Goethe's Faust that includes parts one and two as well as Urfaust as well as supplementary materials for study including an interpretive essay and copious commentary Of the four or five copies of Faust I own I consider this to be the core version It is attractively priced for the general

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Faust is a play consisting of two extremely different parts My rating reflects that the first part was a lovely four star read for me The second part only gets a meagre two star ratingIt's rather curious that these parts are somehow supposed to form one narration They differ from each other like day and night The first p

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    (PDF/EPUB) [Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe] À Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Indeed a jewel both part 1 and 2 Just describing it as visionary poetry is being too simplistic When you think you have it all figured it comes with something that makes your mind wandering and confused just to figure out in the end that it ll had its logic and then you feel happily overwhelmed by its wit Second part it is most confusing on first thought however on the second thought it is brilliant Faust traveling through greek

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    Read & Download Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Download µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe This rating was rather difficult for me I loved the first part and was than ready to give it 5 stars but the second part completely threw me for a loop I would rate it only two stars for lack of structure coherence character development or even thematic unity It's called Faust but hardly even follows Faust at all focusing instead on an aimless diatribe of Greek mythology that feels utterly pointless to the story the pl

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    Download µ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ´ 6 Summary Read & Download Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe For lovers of the German language the original Faust Part One is a must read I absorbed it with the help of a German dictionary in 1991 a fitting preparation for my 8 month journey to Deutschland

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Summary Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ich macht Der Text beider Teile des Werkes wird auf Grund der Ausgabe letzter Hand wiedergegeben Hinzugefügt ist der sogenannte Urfaust den man seit 1887 kennt; er ist in der künstlerischen Einheit seines fragmentarischen Aufbaus ein Werk eigener Art das der heutige Leser neben dem fertigen Werk nicht missen willInhaltsverzeichnis ZueignungVorspiel auf dem TheaterProlog im HimmelDer Tragödie erster TeilDer Tragödie zweiter TeilFaust in ursprünglicher Gestalt UrfaustKOMMENTARTEILGoethe über seinen Faustuellen zur Entstehungsgeschichte des FaustNachwortAnmerkungenZur TextüberlieferungBibliographie. This rating was rather difficult for me I loved the first part and was than ready to give it 5 stars but the second part completely threw me for a loop I would rate it only two stars for lack of structure coherence character development or even thematic unity It s called Faust but hardly even follows Faust at all focusing instead on an aimless diatribe of Greek mythology that feels utterly pointless to the story the play set out to tell Very odd I ll have to read up on Goethe s intentions for it because right now I m completely at a loss It seemed to serve no discernible purpose at all except to allow the poet to show off his education in classic references making it almost unintelligible to most modern readers I d imagine As for producing it on stage I don t see how Even as a film script it seems impossible

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Summary Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Die Ausgabe bietet den Text des »Faust« »Der Tragödie erster Teil« »Der Tragödie zweiter Teil« und des »Urfaust« Der 350 Seiten umfassende Kommentarteil enthält Äußerungen über den »Faust« sowie uellen zur Entstehungsgeschichte des Werkes ein interpretierendes Nachwort des Herausgebers bibliographische Hinweise und 250 Seiten Anmerkungen So wird dem Leser eine gründliche Einarbeitung in die komplexe Dichtung des »Faust« möglich gemacht Goethe begann seinen Faust im 24 Lebensjahr und beendete ihn im 82 Das Werk hat aus der Fülle dieses reichen Lebens und aus der umfassenden bildung. It has indeed been a long time since I read Johann Wolfgang von Goethe s classic and while I do not have the time or even the reuired energy and inclination to reread all of Faust at present I can and will state that it is now one of my favourite pieces of German drama or rather it has become this slowly but steadily The first time I read Faust for an undergraduate university course on specifically Goethe and Schiller in 1986 thus over thirty years ago especially the second part proved to be a rather frustrating and even daunting experience until I began to realise and consider that since it took Goethe almost sixty some years to complete his masterpiece perhaps trying to read and understand it or for that matter having teachersprofessors attempting to make students read Faust in its entirety in a couple of weeks or so is not conducive to either understanding or appreciating this drama or even Goethe as an author And I guess being the only student enrolled in this course and having therefore of course only the professor herself as a possible sounding board and discussion partner did not much help things either especially since the Goethe and Schiller course a fourth year advanced literature course that I actually took in my second year was also my very first sojourn into classic German literature so yes indeed talk about being thrown into the proverbial deep end of the swimming pool Now for those of you actually interested in attempting a perusal either the original German or one of the very many translations that exist I would strongly suggest and encourage taking one s time And really one could also easily and with scant regret stick to the first part of Faust as a play in and of itself as Faust I is basically its own complete story the so called Gretchentrag die the tragedy of Gretchen if one feels that the second part could likely prove too involved and confounding I have reread Faust I at least ten times over the past few decades but have only read the second part Faust II about three times with two of these readings being for compulsory university courses And finally as a bit of an add on Goethe s so called Urfaust which this here edition of Faust fortunately contains as well is also a most interesting read For while on the surface and in general it is basically pretty much similar to Faust I and thus presents the tragedy of Faust and Gretchen and how Faust meets Mephisto and signs his deal with him there are actually uite a number of scenes and certain lines which appear in Faust I and do not as yet appear in Urfaust in Goethe s original manuscript and for me the most noticeable and important thought provoking difference being that in Urfaust Gretchen is simply shown as having been condemned to death for infanticide whilst in Faust I there is heard an angelic voice from above claiming that while Gretchen has perhaps been condemned to be executed by the secular authorities her admission of her guilt and her refusal of Faust s and Mephisto s offer of escaping from prison has in fact saved her has redeemed her soul for heaven

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Summary Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Seiner Zeit die mannigfachtsten Elemente in sich aufgenommen während vieles unmittelbar verständlich ist setzt anderes voraus daß man mit Goethes geistiger Welt vertraut ist Besonders jene Teile die Goethe im Alter schrieb schalten souverän mit Motiven aus dem Altertum und aus dem Mittelalter so daß der Leser sich hier die nötigen Kenntnisse erarbeiten muß Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist mit einem 350 Seiten umfassenden Kommentar versehen der in allgemeinverständlicher und klarer Sprache jedoch auf wissenschaftlicher Grundlage in die Faust Dichtung einführt und damit eine solche Einarbeitung mögl. This is an excellent and complete edition of Goethe s Faust that includes parts one and two as well as Urfaust as well as supplementary materials for study including an interpretive essay and copious commentary Of the four or five copies of Faust I own I consider this to be the core version It is attractively priced for the general reader and is widely available but the uality of the paper is mediocre that is the only complaint I have about this otherwise outstanding edition The first part of Faust utilizes the controlling imagery of alchemy and pansophy to symbolize the life of the conscious and unconscious mind Faust and Mephistopheles form an inseparable dyad who to some degree are a stand in for Goethe himself although I think the degree to which this is true can be easily exaggerated The basic drama of this play is the effort for a scholarly man to get out of his head and his laboratory and to make contact with the energies of life itself In so doing and in his self absorption he exerts a destructive impact upon many people he contacts The second part of the drama was written decades later and is entirely different in its controlling imagery and thrust although it also exhibits an impressive unity with the underlying plan of the first play most evident in the fifth and final act While the first part is replete with images of early modern magic and demonology the second part is deeply submerged in the classical world which we soon discover is expansive than the images structuring the first part and capable of encompassing the full range of life s possibilities This work is vast sometimes baffling highly variable in style and tone and sometimes overlong but it is also incredibly profound and at times shines with a numinous light that few masterpieces of world literature are capable of kindling Many readers skip the second part but in many ways I actually preferred it although it was a less efficiently wrought dramatic work In any event I see the work as a comprehensive unity and I think skipping the second part is analogous to reading only the Inferno which defaces the entire experience In terms of its larger significance I have not been able to think of an author prior to Goethe who wrote original and thoroughly modern works using the forms and structures of mythology I think his influence as a precursor to Wagner s Ring Mann s Magic Mountain and Joyce s Ulysses have perhaps been under valued particularly the latter The Circe episode of Ulysses reads like an homage to the Walpurgisnacht scene in Faust I Other works of Goethe function in a similar mode such as Hermann and Dorothea which perhaps even than Faust would appear as a precursor to the mythopoetic method of modernism I also detect important analogs in his Elective Affinities as I described in my review Good English translations of Faust may exist but I have not seen one In particular I would not recommend the translation of the first part and some of part two by Walter Kaufmann Despite my admiration for his work with Nietzsche I think he considerably over estimated his own talents as a poet and I found his verse translation uncompelling

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  • Faust AUTHOR Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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  • 16 May 2020
  • 9783406312342