Johann Wolfgang von Goethe had neither a happy nor harmonious
nature, but one in the highest degree enigmatic, that he was
neither a Don Juan nor a sycophant of princes, that as an observer
and sage, he was no less great than as a poet. This book displays a
slow-moving panorama of the landscapes of his soul. The reader will
see with admiration how, for that strenuous nature, work was never
the aim of life, but only one of the means whereby to keep one's
self alive. This book shows his slow spontaneous evolution as the
reward of his active patience.
Kessinger Publishing Co
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Ethel Colburn Mayne
||280 x 210 x 37mm (L x W x T)
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