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Diderot's Essais sur la peinture was described by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, as " a magnificent work, which speaks even more helpfully to the poet than to the painter, though to the painter too it is as a blazing torch.
It has inspired writers from Goethe and Dickens to Joyce and Murdoch, and has been described as " the world's most filmed story after Cinderella ".
He described Shakespeare and Goethe in an 1828 letter as " the silent confidants of my suffering ; they hold the key to my life.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe described chamber music ( specifically, string quartet music ) as " four rational people conversing.
The state of mind produced by that shock is reflected in his novel Ultime lettere di Jacopo Ortis ( The Last Letters of Jacopo Ortis ) ( 1798 ), which was described by the 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica as a more politicized version of Goethe's The Sorrows of Young Werther, " for the hero of Foscolo embodies the mental sufferings and suicide of an undeceived Italian patriot just as the hero of Goethe places before us the too delicate sensitiveness embittering and at last cutting short the life of a private German scholar.
* Goethe described the Brocken in his Faust, first published in 1808, as the center of revelry for witches on Walpurgisnacht ( April 30 ; the eve of St Walpurga's Day ).
He described Nietzsche's philosophy as " aristocratic radicalism ", a description which delighted Nietzsche, and the idea of " aristocratic radicalism " influenced most of the later works of Brandes and resulted in voluminous biographies Wolfgang Goethe ( 1914 – 15 ), Francois de Voltaire ( 1916 – 17 ), Gaius Julius Cæsar 1918 and Michelangelo ( 1921 ).
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe described the philistine personality.
In a letter written to Count Semyon Romanovich Vorontsov in 1792, Miranda described a late-night conversation which he had with Goethe at a party in Weimar, Germany during the winter of 1785.
Miranda described a late-night conversation he had with Goethe at a party in Weimar during the winter of 1785.
Acting Prime Minister Goethe once described Weimar as " Athens on the Ilm ".
His Essais sur la peinture was described by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, as " a magnificent work, which speaks even more helpfully to the poet than to the painter, though to the painter too it is as a blazing torch.
This sport and its champions were described by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Karl Philipp Moritz, Christian Joseph Jagemann, Richard Colt Hoare, Jacob Burckhardt, William Wetmore Story, Giacomo Leopardi, Edmondo de Amicis, Giuseppe Baretti, Antonio Francesco Grazzini, Ottavio Rinuccini, Gabriello Chiabrera, Tommaso Grossi, Giuseppe Gioachino Belli.
Goethe, who beheld Nikolaus in Frankfurt on a diplomatic mission in 1764, described him as ' not tall, though well-formed, lively, and at the same time eminently decorous, without pride or coldness.
It was built in honour of a poem by the local poet Karl Heinrich Ehrt, who described how Goethe enjoyed taking walks in the area and looking down upon the town.

Goethe and on
At the same time in Germany Goethe cooperated with Schiller on a series of ballads, some of which were later set to music by Schubert.
The legend of Der Erlkönig appears to have originated in fairly recent times in Denmark and Goethe based his poem on " Erlkönigs Tochter " (" Erlkönig's Daughter "), a Danish work translated into German by Johann Gottfried Herder.
A similar phenomenon, though not under the same name, occurred during the German Sturm und Drang movement, with such works as The Sorrows of Young Werther by Goethe or in Romanticism with works such as Ode on Melancholy by John Keats.
Readers accustomed to identifying poetry with Dante, Goethe, Mickiewicz and Rumi may think of it as written in lines based on rhyme and regular meter ; however, there are traditions, such as Biblical poetry, that use other means to create rhythm and euphony.
The complexity of Mozart's work, noted early on by Goethe, also plays a role in a well-known tale about the opera.
Liszt chose the date in honour of Weimar's most famous citizen, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who was born on 28 August 1749.
:" Fifty years later, the popular Italian playwright Carlo Gozzi made her story into a drama of a “ tigerish woman ” of “ unrelenting pride .” In a combined effort by two of the greatest literary talents of the era, Friedrich von Schiller translated the play into German as Turandot, Prinzessin von China, and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe directed it on the stage in Weimar in 1802.
In the spring of 1806 he went on to Weimar, where he spent several months in daily intercourse with Goethe.
In 1829 he was publicly crowned with laurel as the " king of Nordic poetry " and the " Scandinavian King of Song " ( by Bishop Esaias Tegnér, who would be his Swedish parallel ) in the cathedral of Lund, Sweden, based on a vast production of poetry, theatre plays and prose, inspired by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Gottlieb Fichte, and Friedrich von Schelling.
He travelled for some time on the continent, visiting Paris and Weimar, where he met Goethe.
From the time in Kassel on, Forster was in active correspondence with important figures of the Enlightenment, including Lessing, Herder, Wieland and Goethe.
The statue is on a stone pedestal, which has a plaque that reads " Dem Dichterpaar / Goethe und Schiller / das Vaterland ".
His cycle of poems had widespread influence on such writers as Goethe and the young Walter Scott, but there was controversy from the outset about Macpherson's claims to have translated the works from ancient sources.
A poignant retelling of this event based on what Goethe had personally witnessed can be found in his long poem Hermann and Dorothea.
Later Johann Wolfgang von Goethe frequently stayed here in his capacity as Weimar prime minister from 1777 on.
Even top thinkers have found Spinoza's " geometrical method " difficult to comprehend: Goethe admitted that he " could not really understand what Spinoza was on about most of the time.
" Related to this theme is the question whether Antigone's will to bury her brother is based on rational thought or instinct, a debate whose contributors include greats like Goethe.
The cultural cooperation between them is mainly channeled through the Goethe Institute that work on developing the cultural ties between both the countries by sponsoring local and German cultural activities.
He decided to feature the mouse in The Sorcerer's Apprentice, a deluxe cartoon short based on the poem written by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe and set to the orchestral piece by Paul Dukas that was inspired by the original tale.
Each of the seven hundred members of staff at the time received a synopsis of the Goethe tale, and were encouraged to complete a twenty-question form that requested their ideas on what action might take place.
Goethe had designed a poem on the subject, the plot of which he sketched in his Dichtung und Wahrheit.
Seebeck also worked on the Theory of Colours with Goethe.
In the case of Foscolo, as in that of Goethe, the effect produced on the writer's mind by the composition of the work seems to have been beneficial.
The Goethe Link Observatory is a mile or two west of town on Observatory Road.
In 1803, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe wrote a poem based on the story that was later set to music by Hugo Wolf.

Goethe and summit
The Goethe Way ( Goetheweg ) is a well known trail that leads to the summit of the Brocken.
Goethe may have gained inspiration from two rock formations on the mountain's summit, the Teufelskanzel ( Devil's Pulpit ) and the Hexenaltar ( Witches ' Altar ).

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