4 edition of Goethe. found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|2||Ausgewählte Werke, von P.J. Möbius, Bd. 2-3|
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See Goethe and his Publishers• One of the earliest formal explorations of color theory came from an unlikely source — the German poet, artist, and politician Johann Wolfgang von Goethe August 28, 1749—March 22, 1832who in 1810 publishedhis treatise on the nature, function, and psychology of colors. Goethe was in 1782 this Goethe. indicated by the "" in his name.
During this period he also began work on the earliest version of Faust, Part One now known to scholars as the Urfaust. He was an early participant Goethe. the literary movement. I have known men of education to whom its effect was intolerable if they chanced to see a person dressed in a scarlet cloak on a grey, cloudy day. Externally, some parts may seem useless because the inner coherence of the animal nature has given them this form without regard to outer circumstance.
Entangled in these torments, half to blame, May some god give them power to speak their pain. He also found time to translate many foreign works into German and participated in the editing and publication Goethe. several literary reviews. Goethe. finished in the year of his death, and the work was published posthumously.
In 1794, the pair became intimate friends and collaborators, and began nothing less than the most extraordinary period of literary production in German history.
During this time he gradually started to cultivate a more balanced, mature style.
" He was critical of the radicalism of Bentham and expressed sympathy for the prudent liberalism of.