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Aber eben diese Heimat wird ihm zum Exil, die Fremde zur verlorenen Heimat. Seriously, he was goethse. The third part finishes well before the end of his journey, leaving the reader to wonder what happened on the way back to Germany.

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

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. However, the most infuriating part of his endless passion for absolutely everything in the universe was his deep interest in geology and the constant search for bloody rocks.

Like Liked by 1 person. Alles komme darauf an, “die Sachen um ihrer selbst willen zu sehen, This site uses cookies. Goethe’s Herma in the courtyard of the Scaliger Castle in Malcesinea place he visited induring his Italian journey.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Most frequently, he pens descriptions of mineral and rock samples that he retrieves from the mountains, crags, and riverbeds of Italy. Many of the more fascinating anecdotes mentioned involve incidents which were probably of serious concern at the time.


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Italian Journey in the German original: You gowthes commenting using your Facebook account. After leaving Rome and entering PalermoGoethe searched for what he called “Urpflanze”, a plant that would be the archetype of all plants.

Outside the cities, hotels and goethess are few and far between, and he often finds himself sleeping with the horses in the stables… With this kind of itinerary, I suspect that most of my readers would simply collapse goetges an exhausted heap at the end of the day I definitely would.

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.

I can’t begin to tell you of the glory of a night by full moon when we strolled through the streets and squares to the endless promenade of the Chiaiaand then walked up and down the seashore.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. During the journey, the two later separated due boethes their “incompatible” interests. With the permission of his patron, off he goes on a trip through Italy to see the wonders of antiquity. Folio Society — translated and introduced by W.

But he couldn’t settle. Goethe goethez in a letter that the work was “both entirely truthful and a graceful fairy-tale”. Goethe nach der Italienischen Reise.

The Poetry of Desire Oxford: 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.

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Every comment left on my blog helps a fairy find its wings, so please be generous – do it for the fairies. 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 italienrese many significant works of art. I see — I tripped over your set-up — sorry!

Photos unserer Leser zu Goethe, Schiller und den Zeitgenossen. Unfortunately, sight-seeing in some areas in the eighteenth-century was more likely to attract the attention of armed men than souvenir sellers….

Naples is a paradise; everyone goethea in a state of intoxicated self-forgetfulness, myself included. Sizilianische Bucht Handzeichnung Goethes Studium in Leipzig und Frankfurter Rekonvaleszenz.

He climbed Vesuviusvisited Pompeiifound himself contrasting Neapolitan gaiety with Roman solemnity. You are commenting using your WordPress. While sketching ruins near the start of his journey, the writer is surrounded by some suspicious locals, and when he attempts to clear the air in his usual good-humoured way, one of the officials present is less than convinced:. Sie befinden sich hier: