(LARGE PRINT EDITION) 1850. Goethe is widely recognized as the
greatest writer of the German tradition. The Romantic period in
Germany is known as the age of Goethe, and Goethe embodies the
concerns of the generation defined by the legacies of Rousseau,
Kant, and the French Revolution. His eminence is derived not only
from his literary achievements as a lyric poet, novelist, and
dramatist but also from his often significant contributions as a
scientist (geologist, botanist, anatomist, physicist, historian of
science) and as a critic and theorist of literature and of art.
This volume contains some of his most noted works including: Faust;
Iphigenia in Taurus; Torquato Tasso; Egmont; and Goetz von
Berlichingen, Sir Walter Scott's Introduction. See other titles by
this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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