Wilhelm Meisters Apprenticeship



Wilhelm Meisters Apprenticeship Wilhelm Meister S Apprenticeship, A Novel Of Self Realization Greatly Admired By The Romantics, Has Been Called The First Bildungsroman And Has Had A Tremendous Influence On The History Of The German Novel The Story Centers On Wilhelm, A Young Man Living In The Mid S Who Strives To Break Free From The Restrictive World Of Economics And Seeks Fulfillment As An Actor And Playwright Along With Eric Blackall S Fresh Translation Of The Work, This Edition Contains Notes And An Afterword By The Translator That Aims To Put This Novel Into Historical And Artistic Perspective For Twentieth Century Readers While Showing How It Defies Categorization

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  • Paperback
  • 396 pages
  • Wilhelm Meisters Apprenticeship
  • Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • English
  • 14 February 2019
  • 0691043442

10 thoughts on “Wilhelm Meisters Apprenticeship

  1. Gordon Torr says:

    I wouldn t have thought about reading Goethe if we hadn t been sitting in the rain last November talking about Nietzsche, and we wouldn t have been talking about Nietzsche if Helen hadn t been trying to explain Steiner to me for the hundredth time, and she wouldn t have been trying to explain Steiner to me if someone hadn t recently advised me to read Schopenhauer and I d discovered that you couldn t really understand Schopenhauer if you didn t understand Kant, and she said the only thing she kn I wouldn t have thought about reading Goethe if we hadn t been sitting in the rain last November talking about Nietzsche, and we wouldn t have been talking about Nietzsche if Helen hadn t been trying to explain Steiner to me for the hundredth time, and she wouldn t have been trying to explain Steiner to me if someone hadn t recently advised me to read Schopenhauer and I d discovered that you couldn t really understand Schopenhauer if you didn t understand Kant, and she said the only thing she...

  2. K.D. Absolutely says:

    My second Goethe book Not as melodramatic as his first book, The Sorrows of Young Werther 3 stars butcomprehensive and seemsreal You see, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 1749 1832 was a German novelist and since I have not been to Germany and my only idea of Germany are from the books that I ve read particularly around WWII, I always find it interesting to read about this country during the 17th 19th centuries Then what s the better way of knowing how the people in one country live My second Goethe book Not as melodramatic as his first book, The Sorrows of Young Werther 3 stars butcomprehensive and seemsreal You see, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe 1749 1832 was a German novelist and since I have not been to Germany and my only idea of Germany are from the books that I ve read particularly around WWII, I always find it interesting to read about this country during the 17th 19th centuries Then what s the better way of knowing how the people in one country lived during a distant past than to read well written novels or stories about them I read this book on my computer screen in the office We recently had a series of workshops that necessitated me to stay in the office forthan 8 hrs a day Since Ohio is awake when Manila is asleep, I had to extend my work hours in the office just to participa...

  3. Loranne Davelaar says:

    Samenvatting saai en seksistisch.

  4. Þróndr says:

    To which degree does Goethe s Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre, the prototypical Bildungsroman, speak to us today Maybe first of all as a counterweight to the fragmented postmodern condition Though I started reading this work mostly as a sort of historical document, I found that it hasto offer than just that It s a fairly easy read I never quite got used to the stylized and archaic language though and especially in those parts that focuses on the inner state of the protagonist On the ot To which degree does Goethe s Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre, the prototypical Bildungsroman, speak to us today Maybe first of all as a counterweight to the fragmented postmodern condition Though I started reading this work mostly as a sort of historical document, I found that it hasto offer than just that It s a fairly easy read I never quite got used to the stylized and archaic language though and especially in those parts that focuses on the inner state of the protagonist On the other hand, Goethe s descriptions of the theatre and individual actors actually sometimes have an almost...

  5. James says:

    The bildungsroman is generally considered to have been created by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in the 18th century with his novels Wilhelm Meister s Apprenticeship and The Sorrows of Young Werther The main theme of this genre is seeing the protagonist mature from childhood into adulthood, and usually endure a series of challenges and obstacles along the way The hero of Wilhelm Meister s Apprenticeship dreams of a life in the theatre, as exotic to him as space travel might seem to us When an act The bildungsroman is generally considered to have been created by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe in the 18th century with his novels Wilhelm Meister s Apprenticeship and The Sorrows of Young Werther The main theme of this genre is seeing the protagonist mature from childhood into adulthood, and usually endure a series of challenges and obstacle...

  6. Steve Gordon says:

    Perhaps not the tightest ship of a novel, but certainly all its intellectual cannons were blasting the world to bits Much in the same way as reading Balzac, Tolstoy, or Marx, one feels that he or she is spending a sliver of time in the mind of genius while journeying with Wilhelm I was particularly attracted by Goethe s expressions of Eastern philosophy especially in the Indenture I felt as though I was...

  7. Karlijn says:

    Nu hoef ik voor de komende tien jaar even geen Goethe meer te lezen.

  8. Éponine says:

    AVVERTENZAQuesta recensione stata scritta tre anni fa, quando ho dovuto leggere per la scuola Wilhelm Meister, gli anni dell apprendistato E stata una lettura estiva un po pesante e il mio commento non sar dei pi elogiativi, ma il mio scopo solo fare dell ironia e non criticare chi ama Goethe o quest opera Questo romanzo ha come protagonista Wilhelm, un giovane...

  9. Laura says:

    Free download available at Project Gutenberg.

  10. Bücherfresser says:

    und endlich hatte ich es durch, Daily Soap l sst gr en Inhalt Die Geschichte handelt von den Lehrjahren des Wilhelm, der aus einem gutb rgerlichen Hause stammt und sich dennoch, trotz der Unbehage seines Vaters, immer weiter zu dem Theater hingezogen f hlt, obwohl man zu jener Zeit kaum damit um die Runden kommen konnt...

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