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Jadi mladog Vertera

View all 4 mlaeog. A very unattractive personality, and I don’t know what the hell was going on at the time to make readers swoon for his “sorrows. Charlotte was a married lady, And a moral man was Werther, And, for all the wealth of Indies, Would do nothing for to hurt her.

Still Werther is like my bonded brother. Too many pop songs are too full of the same self-pitying, romantic, treacly, saccharine syrup. On the plus side, the format shifts in an interesting way near the end of the book, and the epistolary style makes the short book read even faster.

Jadi mladoga Vertera

The Sorrows of Young Werther is the quintessential story of an emotional man pining for a love he can’t have. But all of us have gone through that, right?

Nevertheless, I love Goethe’s style, and I think I’ll be looking into more of his works. So I guess the question is, was Werther really such an ardent romantic or do his letters just express pent up sexual frustration couched in more socially acceptable terms? Lotte married her fiance, Albert.

I have so much in me, and the feeling for her absorbs it all; I have so much, and without her it all comes to nothing. Early in his career, however, he wondered whether jaxi might not be his true vocation; late in his life, he expressed the expectation that he would ultimately be verrtera above all for his work in optics.

Jadi mladog Vertera — Reader Q&A

What is your final impression? In fact, reading this book became alarmingly reminiscent of how tiresome it can be to have a real friend constantly complaining about a unrequited love—move on. At present we are inured to the kind of emotional excess here portrayed.


I fear that it is just the impossibility of possessing me that makes your desire for me so fascinating. To view it, click here. Goethe’s influence spread across Europe, and for the next century his works were a major source of inspiration in music, drama, poetry and philosophy.

She was cutting bread and butter. It is a largely autobiographical book of a young man pining for another man’s woman, with the man prone to melodrama and extreme swings of emotion. He epitomizes a soul endeavoring for absolutes and straining for unconditional love, propelled by a raging river that clutches one’s existence, continually mutating life into a sequence of severe intrinsic episodes.

Klasik okuru, genel okur, Goethe okuru. I can still be amorous and I know I still have my charm duh. Still recommended as a classic of German literature, a beautifully and evocatively conceptualised, devastating psychological portrait of depression and egomania, although with the caveat that some if not many readers might well react as I have with regard to Werther, finding him immature, selfishly demanding and frustrating to the extreme and I do apologise to those readers who absolutely love Die Leiden des jungen Werther and see in Goethe’s portrait of him the epitome of misunderstood youth, but I for one, have never had much if any patience with Werther.

Werther seems to comment positively on the pastor in every other insight, and all children he comes into contact with. Now I truly do think that if Goethe if the author had not made his Werther commit suicide, while I might still have felt somewhat impatient with Werther as a character mostly because throughout the course of the novel, he does tediously declaim and continue to declaim poetry like a lovestruck schoolboy, which repetition have the tendency to become more and more monotonous as Die Leiden des jungen Werther progressesI also very likely would have felt much more empathy and even sympathy for Werther, for his unrequited, impossible passion for Lotte.


It will only be later, when they look back and smile on their stupidity. It must be the raging hormones. Lotte seemed she might have taken to the lad because he allured her sentimental side, and they shared a measure of passion of which Albert was wanting.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer. Indeed, I’d argue that this dude would have pulled his plug over his first major setback in life.

Due to this novel, Mr. If Werther were a Filipino living in one of the slums, he would not have killed himself. It manages to be stunning without being studied; the emotional effusion of Werthe has hardly a tint or shade of artifice, so unfeigned does it feel.

However, killing myself for somebody because of love is or was or will always be pathetic. The beauty and haunting qualities of Die Leiden des jungen Werther thus simply cannot mask the fact that as an individual, that as a person, the main protagonist is perhaps depressed, but ultimately and first and foremost a self entitled, eternally whining and clamouring egomaniac who somehow thinks that the world, that society even whilst claiming to despise itthat Lotte herself somehow should revolve around him and for his benefit, his desires and when Werther realises that this is not the case, he reacts not only petulantly and immaturely, but with deadly self harm, not only removing himself from society, from the world, but also and quite deliberately, in my opinion, hurting those nearest and dearest to him with and by his final act.

Werther, by contrast, does not have such lofty ambitions. Goethe’s other well-known literary works include his numerous poems, the Bildungsroman Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship and the epistolary novel The Sorrows of Young Werther.