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Goethe

Johann Wolfgang von . 1749--1832, German poet, novelist, and dramatist, who settled in Weimar in 1775. His early works of the Sturm und Drang period include the play G?tz von Berlichingen (1773) and the novel The Sorrows of Young Werther (1774). After a journey to Italy (1786--88) his writings, such as the epic play Iphigenie auf Tauris (1787) and the epic idyll Hermann und Dorothea (1797), showed the influence of classicism. Other works include the Wilhelm Meister novels (1796--1829) and his greatest masterpiece Faust (1808; 1832)
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Daily News Egypt spoke with Goethe Institut's director, Gabriele Becker, on the institution's role in Egypt's cultural life, their mission, and the stereotypes they still face.
Through this space the Goethe Institut will continue its support programme to culture in Tunisia as part of the "Kulturakademie" project, a deep training in cultural management, started in 2012, for the local cultural actors.
The German city is also home to a stony chair monument in honor of Goethe and Hafiz.
The Goethe Centre said the 27th language competition was an absolute success, especially for the six winners of the trips to Germany namely Caroline Izaaks, Enica Lee, Maximillian Endjala, Gideon Du Plessis, Kadisha van Wyk and Conchita Matthys.
My work is based on a triad of institutions: The Goethe Institute in Cairo, the German Foreign Ministry and the Robert Bosch Foundation," said Seyffarth.
The highlights of our cultural programme come in the autumn, namely the German Film Festival organised by the German Embassy with the participation of the Goethe Institute and our festival for electronic music and media art "de:sonanz".
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Though impossible to adequately convey the riches of Forster's narrative in such a short summary, it is worth noting the way in which he places two overlooked philosophers at the very center of the story: Jacobi and Goethe.
The immediate background of its publication, however, suggests something further about its importance, especially its final section in which Emerson took up Goethe.
KARACHI -- The German Consulate General in Karachi and the Goethe Institut Pakistan will organise a series of German events in Karachi during the months of September, October and November this year.
Entirely in the ludic mode of the author of the West-ostlicher Divan (1819, revised and expanded, 1827), the American poet Martin Bidney has journeyed east ringing the questing bell of his own caravan, issuing call and response to his brother Goethe and Goethe's adoptive "twin," the fourteenth-century Persian ghazalist Hafiz of Shiraz, in both translation and independent verse.
On the occasion, Director of Goethe-Institute Pakistan, Dr Manuel Negwer said that Goethe Institute has a 50-year old presence and has a long history of friendship with Pakistan.