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Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von

Selected Poetry

€ 20.95

Presents a collection of Goethe`s best and most famous poems, in the original German with English translation.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Bibliographical note and acknowledgements xi
Introduction xiii
I. The younger Goethe (1770-1786)
May Song
3(2)
Welcome and Parting
5(2)
Ganymede
7(4)
Prometheus
11(4)
From the `Urfaust`, c. 1774
`Well, that`s Philosophy I`ve read` (lines 354-97)
15(2)
`In life like a flood` (501-9)
17(2)
`There once was a king` (2759-82)
19(2)
`My heart`s so heavy` (3374-413)
21(2)
`What are the joys of heaven` (3345-65)
23(2)
`Who killed me dead?` (4412-20)
25(2)
On the Lake
27(2)
Restless Love
29(2)
`Why was deep insight given to us`
31(4)
A Wanderer`s Night Song I: `Messenger of heaven`
35(1)
A Wanderer`s Night Song II: `Now stillness covers`
35(2)
To the Moon (First version)
37(2)
To the Moon (Final version)
39(2)
The Fisherman
41(2)
The Elf King
43(4)
[The Song of the Fates]
47(2)
Human Limitations
49(4)
Divinity
53(4)
`Oh do you know the land`
57(2)
`Only the lonely heart`
59(1)
`Who never wept to eat his bread`
59(2)
Anacreon`s Grave
61(4)
II. Classical and middle years (1786--1810)
From the Roman Elegies, 1788-90
`Speak to me, stones`
65(1)
`More than I ever had hoped`
65(4)
`Now on classical soil I stand`
69(2)
`Eros was ever a rogue`
71(4)
`You were two perilous serpents`
75(2)
`Caesar would hardly have got me`
77(4)
`Strength, and a bold and liberal`
81(2)
`Once in the garden`s far corner`
83(4)
From the Venetian Epigrams, 1790
`Pagan burial-urns and sarcophagi`
87(1)
`Give me, Priapus, another name for it!`
87(2)
`If I`d the husband I need`
89(1)
`Dear little shape that might have`
89(1)
`Show us the parts of the Lord!`
89(2)
`Goats, go and stand on my left!`
91(1)
`Oh, how intently I used to observe`
91(1)
`It is such joy to hug my beloved`
91(2)
Miscellaneous classical epigrams, c. 1796
```Why``, asked Beauty, ``oh Zeus,```
93(1)
`True love is love that stays constant`
93(1)
`Whom shall you trust, honest friend?`
93(1)
`Strive towards wholeness`
93(1)
`Let us not all be the same`
93(2)
From Hermann and Dorothea, 1796-7
`Thus the men talked` (Canto IV, lines 1-64)
95(4)
`So together they walked` (Canto VIII, 1-104)
99(8)
From Faust Part One, 1797-1808
Dedication (lines 1-32)
107(2)
[Song of the Archangels] (243-70)
109(2)
`Ice thaws on the river` (903-40)
111(2)
`In the beginning was the Word` (1224-37)
113(2)
The God and the Dancing-girl
115(6)
Permanence in Change
121(4)
Nature and Art
125(2)
Nocturne
127(2)
The Diary
129(16)
III. The later Goethe (1810-1832)
From the West-Eastern Divan, 1814-1818
Hegira
145(2)
Singing and Shaping
147(2)
A Phenomenon
149(1)
A Past within the Present
149(4)
Talismans
153(2)
Unbounded
155(2)
Suleika speaks
157(1)
The Secret
157(2)
Engulfed
159(2)
`Love for love and hour for hour`
161(1)
`Beloved, let me show you`
161(2)
`As I sailed on the Euphrates`
163(1)
`This I`m happy to interpret!`
163(2)
Ginkgo biloba
165(1)
The Night of the Full Moon
165(2)
`West wind, how I envy you`
167(2)
`King Behramgur, they say, invented`
169(2)
Summer Night
171(4)
`Well, so at last I`ve learnt`
175(2)
Privileged Animals
177(2)
Higher and Highest Matters
179(4)
Ecstatic Longing
183(2)
Miscellaneous late poems and epigrams
Old Age
185
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184(1)
`If a man`s dead idle`
185(1)
`A man`s a misfit`
185(2)
`The hero Napoleon came`
187(1)
[The Death of a Fly]
187(2)
At Midnight
189(2)
Primal Words. Orphic
191(30)
The Pariah
The Pariah`s Prayer
193(2)
Legend
195(10)
The Pariah`s Thanksgiving
205(1)
A Trilogy of Passion
To Werther
205(4)
Elegy
209(10)
Reconcilement
219(2)
The Bridegroom
221(2)
[On Contemplating Schiller`s Skull]
223(2)
`Dusk has fallen`
225(2)
To the Rising Full Moon
227(1)
[A Legacy] [Vermachtnis]
227(2)
From Faust Part Two, 1800-1831
`When a fragrance has descended` (lines 4634-65)
229(2)
`How strong and pure the pulse` (4679-727)
231(4)
`So much admired and so much censured` (8488-515)
235(2)
`The jagged summits on its mountain` (9526-61)
237(2)
`We shall dwell amid this tremor` (9992-10038)
239(4)
`A watchman by calling` (11288-303)
243(2)
`Woods, hitherwavering` (11844-89)
245(2)
`All that must disappear` (12104-11)
247(2)
Notes 249(27)
Index of German titles and first lines 276(4)
Index of English titles and first lines 280
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Paperback / softback
283 pagina's
Januari 2005
272 gram
197 x 127 x 25 mm
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