Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Geheimrat

Tameddurt
Isem-is ameqqran Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Talalit Frankfurt, 28 Ɣuct 1749
Taɣlent Frankfurt
Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach
Ethnic group Germans
Tutlayt tayemmat talmanit
Lmut Weimar, 22 Meɣres 1832
Amkan n uẓekka Weimarer Fürstengruft
Amek yemmut natural causes (myocardial infarction)
Tafamilt
Baba-s Johann Caspar Goethe
Yemma-s Katharina Elisabeth Goethe
Zzwaj akked Christiane Vulpius
Couple(s) Lili Schönemann
Ulrike von Levetzow
Arraw-is
Atmaten-is d yissetma-s
Tafamilt
Lɛerc Goethe
Leqraya
Alma mater Leipzig University
(1765 - 1768) : jurisprudence
University of Strasbourg
(Yebrir 1770 - 1771) : jurisprudence
Education level licentiate
Tutlayin talmanit
Iselmaden Adam Friedrich Oeser
Justus Christian Loder
Lxedma
Lxedma poet lawyer, theatre manager, botanist, asertay, painter, afelsuf, theologian, jurist, art critic, music critic, librarian, amedyaz, travel writer, physicist, literary, novelist, playwright, autobiographer, diplomat, statesperson, polymath, aphorist, diarist, mineralogist, zoologist, art theorist, lawyer, composer akked librettist
Important works Faust
The Sorrows of Young Werther
Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship
Elective Affinities
Prometheus
Theory of Colours
Italian Journey
West-Eastern Divan
Egmont
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
Der Erlkönig
Prizes
Membership German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina
Academy of Useful Science
Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Göttingen Academy of Sciences
Royal Prussian Academy of Sciences
German Archaeological Institute
freemasonry
Illuminati
Zentral-Dombauverein zu Köln von 1842
Silesian Society for Patriotic Culture
Warsaw Society of Friends of Learning
Russian Academy of Sciences
Silesian Society for Patriotic Culture
Movement Sturm und Drang
Weimar Classicism
Liman
Ddin Lutheranism
IMDb nm0324473
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (ilul deg deg Frankfurt – yemmut deg deg Weimar) d amaru yerna d amassan almani, yura tamedyazt ed tmezgunin, am wakken ay yura ɣef temsal yeqqnen ɣer tfelsuft, tasekla ed tussna.

Tameddurt-ines[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

Goethe yura-d yiwen n usefru umi isemma Faust, yerna llan wid ay t-yettwalin d netta ay d asefru aɣezfan igerrzen akk deg tsekla turufit. Goethe yesɛa daɣen aṭas n yisefra igerrzen, am wakken ay yettwassen s wungalen-nnes Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre (Iseggasen n welmad n Wilhelm Meister) akked Die Leiden des jungen Werthers (Tidyanin yesseḥzanen n Werthers Ameẓyan). Goethe d yiwen seg yimura ay yuraren dduṛ d ameqran deg tsekla talmanit takelsakt (classique) n tgara n lqern wis 18 ed tezwara n lqern wis 19. Tallit-nnes teɣli-d ed tallit n Lqern n Teftilin akked tallit n trumantit. Goethe yura-d daɣen idṛisen deg tussna, am Tiẓri n Yiniten (La Théorie des Couleurs) akked yeḍrisen yerzan talɣa (forme) n yiɣersiwen ed yemɣan, yerna ayen ay d-yura deg wenrar-a iɛawen aṭas imassanen n ugama n lqern wis 19 (am Charles Darwin) akken ad kemmlen inadiyen-nsen. Goethe yeqdec daɣen d aneṣṣaḥ aɛlayan n yemḍebbren n uduci (duché) n Sachsen-Weimar.

Goethe d Tsertit[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

Seg yidis n tsertit, Goethe yella d amagaẓ (conservateur). Asmi ay tenker Tegrawla Tafrensist, Goethe yella yettwali agdud ur izemmer ad yeḥkem iman-nnes i yiman-nnes. Iqeddicen n Goethe deg yedles ed tussna zerɛen deg wakk timura n Turuft, yerna ttekkan deg wesnerni n tmedyazt, n umezgun akked tfelsuft.


Ayen yura[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

  • 1771: "Heidenröslein" ("Heath Rosebud"), Tamedyazt
  • 1773: "Prometheus", Tamedyazt
  • 1773: Götz von Berlichingen, drama
  • 1774: Die Leiden des jungen Werthers (The Sorrows of Young Werther), novel
  • 1774: "Der König in Thule", Tamedyazt
  • 1775: Stella, tragedy in five acts
  • 1782: "Der Erlkönig" ("The Alder King"), Tamedyazt
  • 1787: Iphigenie auf Tauris (Iphigenia in Tauris), drama
  • 1786: Novella, novella
  • 1788: Egmont, drama
  • 1790: Versuch die Metamorphose der Pflanzen zu erklären (The Metamorphosis of Plants), scientific text
  • 1790: Torquato Tasso, drama
  • 1790: Römische Elegien (Roman Elegies), poetry collection
  • 1793: Die Belagerung von Mainz, (The Siege of Mainz), non-fiction
  • 1794: Reineke Fuchs, fable
  • 1795: Das Märchen (The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily), fairy-tale
  • 1794–95: Unterhaltungen deutscher Ausgewanderten, novella, which also includes the fairy tale Das Märchen
  • 1795–96 (in collaboration with Friedrich Schiller): Die Xenien (The Xenia), collection of epigrams
  • 1796: Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre (Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship), novel
  • 1797: "Der Zauberlehrling" (The Sorcerer's Apprentice), Tamedyazt (which was later animated by Disney in Fantasia)
  • 1797: "Die Braut von Korinth"[1] ("The Bride of Corinth"), Tamedyazt
  • 1798: Hermann und Dorothea (Hermann and Dorothea), epic poem
  • 1798: Die Weissagungen des Bakis (The Soothsayings of Bakis)
  • 1798/01: Propyläen, periodical
  • 1803: Die Natürliche Tochter (The Natural Daughter), play originally intended as the first part of a trilogy on the French revolution
  • 1805: "Winckelmann und sein Jahrhundert" ("Winckelmann and His Century")
  • 1808: Faust Part One, closet drama
  • 1809: Die Wahlverwandtschaften (Elective Affinities), novel
  • 1810: Zur Farbenlehre (Theory of Colours), scientific text
  • 1811–1830: Aus Meinem Leben: Dichtung und Wahrheit (From my Life: Poetry and Truth) autobiographical work in 4 volumes
  • 1813: "Gefunden" ("ttufin"), Tamedyazt
  • 1817: Italienische Reise (Italian Journey), journals
  • 1819: Westöstlicher Diwan, variously translated as The West-Eastern Divan, The Parliament of East and West, or otherwise; collection of poems in imitation of Sufi and other Muslim poetry, including that of Hafez.
  • 1821: Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre, oder Die Entsagenden (Wilhelm Meister's Journeyman Years, or the Renunciants/Wilhelm Meister's Travels), Ungal
  • 1823: "Marienbad Elegy", Tamedyazt
  • 1832: Faust Part Two, closet drama
  • 1836: Gespräche mit Goethe (Timeslayin akwd Goethe)