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‘Italienische Reise’ (‘Italian Journey’) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Review)

Views Read Edit View history. I seem to be a completely different person whom I hardly recognise. J a, ich bin endlich in dieser Hauptstadt der Welt angelangt!

Goethess was full of remains, but too much was gone. Apart from the impetus to study the Mediterranean’s natural qualities, he was first and foremost interested in the remains of classical antiquity and in contemporary art.

Sizilianische Bucht Handzeichnung Goethes Als die vom Herzog geschickte Kutsche, die ihn nach Weimar abholen sollte, nicht eintreffen wollte, gethes er sich Ende Oktober schon kurzentschlossen auf den Weg in das Gelobte Land. Seriously, he was obsessed.

However, the most infuriating part of his endless passion for absolutely everything in the universe was his deep interest in geology and the constant search for bloody rocks. Vier Monate bleibt er hier. He needed to fill the names with meaning and, as he rather strangely put it, “to discover myself in the objects I see”, literally “to learn to know myself by or through the objects”.

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Italian Journey is not only a description of places, persons and things, but also a psychological document of the first importance. This site uses cookies. Outside the cities, hotels and inns are few and far between, and he often finds himself sleeping with the horses in the stables… With this kind of itinerary, I suspect that most of my readers would simply collapse in an exhausted heap at the end of the day I definitely would.

While sketching ruins near the start of his journey, the writer is surrounded by some suspicious locals, and when he attempts to clear the air in his usual good-humoured way, one of the officials present is less than convinced:.

The Poetry of Desire Oxford: Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Later, he again causes locals to be on their guard when he and his companions go out of their way to examine some ancient buildings. Most frequently, he pens descriptions of mineral and rock samples that he retrieves from the mountains, crags, and riverbeds of Italy.

April als ein wiedergeborener Odysseus, inspiriert durch Reminiszenzen an Homer, von dem er sich in Palermo eine griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe kauft. Goethe’s drawing of Castello Scaligero, torn in the incident described in Italian Journey. Tischbein painted one of the most famous portraits of Goethe, Goethe in the Roman Campagnaand accompanied him to Naples. This page was last edited on 26 Decemberat Wissenschaftliche Publikationen zur Dichtung in der Goethezeit. Tom — Well, I could read what an expert in the field has to say, or I could just make it up myself.

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The book ends with a quotation from Ovid ‘s Tristiaregretting his expulsion from Rome. One of the joys of reading Italienische Reise is the insights it provides into the world of Goethe the person. Learn how your comment data is processed.

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Indeed, in his letters he periodically comments on the growth and good that Rome has caused in him. Auden and Elizabeth Mayeriatlienreise by arrangement with their estates, and HarperCollins Publishers ed. With the permission of his patron, off he goes on a trip through Italy to see the wonders of antiquity. He was amazed that people could actually live in the way italiennreise had only imagined living and in an emotional passage he wrote:.

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Auden ‘s poem called “Et in Arcadia ego” — suggesting that every paradise is afflicted by mortality. Menu Just who is Tony, and what exactly is his Reading List? By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.