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  1. Hans Hans says:

    This is a dangerous book For anyone who has suffered from that unreuited love that burns like a fever will be able to relate uncannily well with this book Unfortunately the ending is such that it inspired many people to use it like a template for their own lives when faced with a similar situation While finishing up this book I wondered whether Goethe was ever aware or thought about the painful actions his book inspired This is a fictionalized autobiography of Goethe's own experience of being in love with a woman he could never have The experience was obviously very painful for him His writing style has powerful clarity that can easily pull you into the story causing you to ache with the main character and laugh at the same time To me this was an example of the dark side of romanticism The main character Werther was so obsessed and fixated on Charlotta the woman he loves that it was as if he wasn't even seeing her any What he was in love with was an idea not actually her he was in love with his own ideal of her This is the grand delusion that romantics feed themselves and they do it to such excess that their behavior seems pitiable I would only recommend this book to anyone who wants to understand what obsession with another human being looks like This mindset is as unhealthy as attaining the object and I say object because that is what the idealized Charlotta became would likely only reveal his delusion Romanticism is an example of looking for a personal messiah in love Someone who we can pin all of our hopes and dreams on to pull us out of the human condition we find ourselves stuck in A uest for transcendence through the love of another But placing that responsibility on the shoulders of someone else will always disappoint and rightly so We can not give to another what only we can do for ourselvesI would only cautiously recommend this book Realists could handle it but dreamers beware

  2. Emily May Emily May says:

    “I have so much in me and the feeling for her absorbs it all; I have so much and without her it all comes to nothing” A lot of classic novels contain certain things that make us cringe a little today but The Sorrows of Young Werther is one that than most really hasn't aged well I do not know if some people consider this tragically romantic but it is not my idea of romance Werther is a serious pest and borderline stalker He needs to let it goIn this story Werther falls head over heels for the first pretty girl who wants to dance with him obsesses over her and continues to pursue her even after learning of her engagement to another man; even after she openly refuses him He turns up at her house constantly He attempts to force kisses upon her We suffer through accounts of his sex dreams about her They're not called that but that's basically what they areThe book is written as a series of letters to Werther's friend Wilhelm It's a tiny book but it feels so much longer because these letters mostly consist of Werther's repetitive internal struggles Of course he believes he is the only person in the history of the world to feel like he does and he repeatedly insists that Charlotte the object of his obsession secretly loves him too despite her protestations I can sympathise with the pain and angst of young love even when it is wrapped up in a flowery introspective package I liked Call Me By Your Name after all However any sympathy I had for Werther uickly dissipated when he continued to harass both Lotte and her now husband Albert I guess this is just an old example of predatory behaviour being excused because of passion and men's emotions being perceived as important than the damage they do to the women they're directed atIt also romanticizes view spoilersuicide as Werther eventually kills himself over the rejection by his beloved In fact it apparently led to some of the first known copycat suicides in Europe hide spoiler

  3. Casey Casey says:

    I couldn't help but imagine young Werther as a high school tweeting about all his troubles to the ether So without further ado I present to you The Tweets of Young WertherThis is the kind of book that high school teachers should be making self absorbed teenagers read They can totally relate both to the intense feelings of emotion and the complete conviction that no one in the world has ever felt the same way before I couldn't relate that well because really Werther just needs to man up and bang someone else but I still inexplicably liked this book Actually my affection is explicable we're talking about Goethe after allI should really step away from photoshop and get back to work

  4. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    959 ‭‎‎Die Leiden des jungen Werthers‭‭ Les souffrances du jeune Werther‬ The Sorrows of Young Werther Johann Wolfgang von GoetheA Autobiographical novel by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe first published in 1774Most of The Sorrows of Young Werther a story about unreuited love is presented as a collection of letters written by Werther a young artist of a sensitive and passionate temperament to his friend Wilhelm These give an intimate account of his stay in the fictional village of Wahlheim based on Garbenheim near Wetzlar whose peasants have enchanted him with their simple ways Spoiler AlertThere he meets Charlotte a beautiful young girl who takes care of her siblings after the death of their mother Werther falls in love with Charlotte despite knowing beforehand that she is engaged to a man named Albert eleven years her seniorDespite the pain it causes him Werther spends the next few months cultivating a close friendship with them both His sorrow eventually becomes so unsupportable that he is forced to leave Wahlheim for Weimar where he makes the acuaintance of Fräulein von B He suffers great embarrassment when he forgetfully visits a friend and unexpectedly has to face there the weekly gathering of the entire aristocratic set He is not tolerated and asked to leave since he is not a nobleman He then returns to Wahlheim where he suffers still than before partly because Charlotte and Albert are now married Every day becomes a torturing reminder that Charlotte will never be able to reuite his love She out of pity for her friend and respect for her husband decides that Werther must not visit her so freuently He visits her one final time and they are both overcome with emotion after he recites to her a passage of his own translation of OssianEven before that incident Werther had hinted at the idea that one member of the love triangle – Charlotte Albert or Werther himself – had to die to resolve the situation Unable to hurt anyone else or seriously consider murder Werther sees no other choice but to take his own life After composing a farewell letter to be found after his death he writes to Albert asking for his two pistols on the pretext that he is going on a journey Charlotte receives the reuest with great emotion and sends the pistols Werther then shoots himself in the head but does not die until twelve hours later He is buried between two lime trees that he had mentioned freuently in his letters The funeral is not attended by any clergy or by Albert or Charlotte The book ends with an intimation that Charlotte may die of a broken heart I shall say nothing ofCharlotte's grief Charlotte's life was despaired ofعنوانها «رنج‌های ورتر جوان»؛ «غم‌های ورتر جوان»؛ «س‍رگ‍ذش‍ت‌ ورت‍ر ج‍وان‌»؛ «س‍رگ‍ذش‍ت‌ ورت‍ر»؛ اثر یوهان ولفگانگ فون گوته؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش بیست و هشتم ماه می سال 2003میلادیعنوان س‍رگ‍ذش‍ت‌ ورت‍ر؛ نویسنده گوته؛ مت‍رج‍م ن‍ص‍رال‍ل‍ه‌ ف‍ل‍س‍ف‍ی‌؛ ت‍ه‍ران بنگاه مطبوعاتی پروین‏‫، 1317؛ در185ص؛ چاپ دیگر ت‍ه‍ران‌ ک‍ان‍ون‌ م‍ع‍رف‍ت‌‏‫، چاپ چهارم 1333؛ در 179ص؛‬‬ کانون معرفت، 1342؛ در 184ص؛ چاپ دیگر ت‍ه‍ران‌ پ‍ژواک‌ ف‍ره‍ن‍گ‌‏‫، 1378؛ در 137ص؛ شابک 9649030433؛ موضوع ادبیات کلاسیک از نویسندگان آلمان سده 18معنوان رنج‌های ورتر جوان یوهان ولفگانگ فون گوته، مترجم فریده مهدوی‌ دامغانی؛ تهران، نشر تیر، 1381؛ در 255ص؛ شابک 9646581536؛ چاپ دوم 1385، چاپ سوم 1387؛ عنوان رنج‌های ورتر جوان یوهان ولفگانگ فون گوته، مترجم محمود حدادی؛ تهران، نشر ماهی، 1386؛ در 220ص؛ شابک 9789649971582؛ چاپ چهارم 1390؛ ادبیات آلمانعنوان غم‌های ورتر جوان یوهان‌ ولفگانگ‌ فون گوته، ترجمه ابوذر آهنگی، محل نشر کرج، نشر نادی، تاریخ نشر 13830213، شابک 9647274149؛ قطع وزیری، جلد شومیز، تعداد صفحه 224، نوبت چاپ نخستمترجم سعید فیروزآبادی؛ تهران، جامی، 1388، در 224ص؛ شابک 9789642575268؛عنوان س‍رگ‍ذش‍ت‌ ورت‍ر ج‍وان‌؛ نویسنده گ‍وت‍ه‌؛ مترجم ن‍ص‍رال‍ل‍ه‌ ف‍ل‍س‍ف‍ی‌؛ ت‍ه‍ران‌ پ‍ژواک‌ ف‍ره‍ن‍گ‌‏‫، 1378؛ در 137ص؛ شابک 9649030433؛کتاب، در نخستین روزهای نشر، به برهان توجیه مسئله خودکشی، مخالفت گسترده ی روحانیان را، در پی داشت؛ و برای همین، فروش آن قدغن شد، اما هیاهوی ناشی از همان ممنوعیت، به فروش بیشتر اثر یاری رساند، و طولی نکشید که به چند زبان ترجمه شد، و شهرت فراوانی برای «گوته» به همراه آورد، و آوازه ی ایشان را، به گوش سرتاسر اروپا رساند؛ «ناپلئون» در دیدار خصوصی خود، به «گوته»، اقرار کرد، که «ورتر» را، شش یا هفت بار خوانده استنامه‌ های «ورتر» به دوستش «ویلهلم»، از دوره‌ ای است، که زندگی «ورتر» آغاز می‌شود، او به تازگی به رابطه ‌ی عاشقانه ‌اش، با زنی به نام «لئونورا» پایان داده؛ و پس از آن؛ «ورتر»، در یک روستا مستقر شده؛ و خیال دارد زندگیش را، با طراحی، نقاشی، و گشت ‌و گذر در اطراف روستا، بگذراند؛ «ورتر» اهل کار و تلاش بسیار نیست؛ او از یک محیط شهری، و از یک زندگی اشرافی، به محیطی روستایی آمده، و در برخورد نخست، از نحوه‌ ی زندگی روستاییان، که یادآور دوران پدرسالاری باستانی است، لذت می‌برد؛ «ورتر» در طول زمان اقامتش در روستا، با دهقانان بسیاری آشنا شده، و با دو برادر کشاورز، به نام‌های «فیلیپ» و «هانس»، و جوانکی دهاتی، که عاشق صاحب‌کار بیوه ‌اش شده، دوست می‌شود؛ دیری نمی‌گذرد که «ورتر»، در جستجوهای خود در اطراف روستا، به مکانی پر دارودرخت و دلربا می‌رسد؛ دلربایی آن مکان بیشتر می‌شود آنگاه که «ورتر»، دختر جوان قاضی آن محدوده، به نام «شارلوت» را، در مجلس رقصی دیدار می‌کند؛ سرشت مشترک آن‌ها در کتابخوانی، منجر به ایجاد علاقه، در «ورتر» می‌شود؛ اما دختر با مردی خوش ‌آتیه، به نام «آلبرت» نامزد کرده، و «ورتر» تنها می‌تواند به معاشرت دوستانه قناعت کند؛ هرچه از زمان اقامت و سکونت «ورتر» در روستا می‌گذرد، بر شدت علاقه ‌ی «ورتر» افزوده می‌شود، تا جاییکه که دیگر نمی‌تواند خود را به رابطه‌ ی دوستانه، راضی کند؛ با ورود «آلبرت» به روستا، ماجرا پیچیده‌ تر می‌شود؛ «ورتر»میخواهد تا رابطه‌ ی آن‌دو را به سود خود شکراب کند، اما روزگار برای هر سه‌؛ سرنوشت پر فراز و فرودی در نظر گرفته است؛ سرنوشتی که هرگز به فکر «ورتر» خطور نمی‌کردنقل نمونه متن «کاش هر آدمی روزانه با خود می‌گفت بهترین کار تو در حق دوستانت این است که چشم دیدن شادی آن‌ها را داشته باشی و با شرکت در این شادی، شادمانی آن‌ها را افزون کنی؛ آیا اگر روزی دیدی جان و دل آن‌ها از حسی هولناک در عذاب است، و دلشان از غصه پریشان، عرضه داری که ذره‌ ای از رنجشان بکاهی»؛ پایان نقلتاریخ بهنگام رسانی 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  5. Eric Eric says:

    Thackeray wrote this very glib verse synopsis of the taleWerther had a love for Charlotte Such as words could never utter;Would you know how first he met her? She was cutting bread and butterCharlotte was a married lady And a moral man was WertherAnd for all the wealth of Indies Would do nothing for to hurt herSo he sighed and pined and ogled And his passion boiled and bubbledTill he blew his silly brains out And no was by it troubledCharlotte having seen his body Borne before her on a shutterLike a well conducted person Went on cutting bread and butter

  6. Adina Adina says:

    During the past 3 years I’ve started to read classic writers that I missed when I was younger That means most of them because I thought that dead writer bad writer with the exception of Russian authors Some of these authors I was eager to read some less Goethe is one of the latter ones I knew he was important but it did not attract me at all I decided on The Sorrows of Young Werther as the introduction with the writer because it was short and in prose The small novel totally exceeded my expectations and I gulped it in almost one go I was surprised that it was so readable although the subject wasn’t too pleasing hint the Sorrows from the title and the epistolary format is not usually exciting The subject is not something out of the ordinary the young artist falls in love with a woman who is promised to another man and his “sorrows” are expressed through letters to his friend However I was touched by Werther’s pain although it was a bit too melodramatic at times an obsession which cannot end well as they usually don’t I am excited that the first book of the year received maximum grades and I can’t wait to see what the year brings

  7. Fionnuala Fionnuala says:

    It’s taken me well over a year to get through the saga of Young Werther’s love for his Lotte even though it’s uite a short little book I plead mitigating circumstances I had no thought of reading this novel until I came across a pair of characters called Goethe and Lotte in Christine Brooke Rose’s Textermination and checked out their real life story The trail led to a fictional version of the same story in Young Werther I was tempted to try reading Young Werther in his own language so I bought a parallel text and set about deciphering Die Leiden while meanwhile continuing to decipher Brooke Rose’s prose I love challenges Die Leiden is written mostly in the form of letters from Werther to his friend Wilhelm The first lines of the first letter had a lovely rhythm and were full of short and recognisable words Wie froh bin ich daß ich weg bin Bester Freund was ist das Herz des Menchen How glad I am to have come away Best of friends what the human heart is likeI read a bit further pleased with my efforts until I came to a line about two sisters one of whom Werther seemed to be involved with Or was he dallying with both at the same time the young scamp? I was confused and switched to the English version but somehow lost interest in Werther when he then began to dally with Lotte who was already engaged excusing himself thus I treat my heart like a sick child; I let it have anything it wants Fast forward to last week and a decision to clear my currently reading shelf with no further Zaudern und Zagen shilly shallying I picked up Werther again and this time his sorrows somehow suited me better Before I knew it I was leafing through his letters immer geschwinder faster and faster like water thundering through a gigantic gorge into a deep dark lake Werther like many young people of the 1770s was awed by the spectacle of nature and continually pondering man’s punyness in relation to the landscape view spoiler Engraving of a cataract by Goethe hide spoiler

  8. Rowena Rowena says:

    I have been intoxicated than once my passions have never been far off insanityAlthough I have some sympathy for unreuited love it was hard for me to understand Werther My feelings toward him went back and forth between sympathy and frustration At times I admired his love at other times I found it to be very obsessive Yes he was sensitive and romantic but the woman of his dreams did not lead him on in any way so I did find the way he behaved uite incomprehensible This was my first Goethe and it won't be my lastI love how he writes and I enjoyed his philosophical musings and his meditations on life love religion people etc He made some interesting points although some of them did seem to come from an elitist's point of view

  9. Greta Greta says:

    The Werther effect The book that caused collective suicides all through EuropeThe Sorrows of Young Werther is one of the most popular novels of the 18th and often referred to which makes it worth reading if you are interested in literatureThe book is about a young man named Werther who is drowning in love sickness to a girl called Lotte The story is told through Werthers letters mostly send to his friend Wilhelm For him it’s love on first sight but she is already engaged and about to get married Werther indulges in self pity and constantly tries to approach her even though she tells him not to endangering her marriage and reputation When he shows up at her house without permission and starts to kiss her she clearly rejects him ultimately causing him to commit suicideWerther Werthers character in one pictureThe entire book is about Werthers self absorption and love sickness He is narcissistic depressed egoistic pathologically emotional irrational and delusional almost stalking Lotte He spends the entire book whining and drowning in self pity being downright annoying His egozentrism is ideolized to some extend but it‘s absurdity and destructiveness is also displayed by his suicide The focus on himself is isolating him; nobody can temper his actions perceptions or emotions because he won’t listen to anyone else The only relief from Werther’s narration comes when he has descended so far into his madness that he kills himself and the editor has to take over and explain Werther‘s deathHis self absorption is tied inextricably to his insistence on prioritizing emotion over reason While reason is a powerful moderator of impulse and emotion Werther insists that reason is unimportant Werther’s idea that his behavior is outside of his control allows his selfishness to rule him In this way Werther’s egocentrism allows him to justify whatever behavior his emotions lead him toward And this behavior in turn is destructive He is a character who has to an extreme extent allowed his egozentrism to rule him and it leads him to mistreat others Werther allows himself to be fully driven by his passions and desires and he actively rejects any tempering that either his own mind or the advice of his friends supplyHis Love to Lotte The really not so happy Lotto about his inability to take a no as an answerThough Werther claims to love Lotte above all else his actions towards her lack empathy and respect which casts doubt on the maturity of his definition of love When Lotte asks Werther to stop courting her and offers him her friendship only Werther cannot honor her reuest or even understand the difficult position he has put her in Werther utterly disregards Lotte’s needs in favor of his own desires which ruins their ability to interact in any way Lotte is his primary object of affection but his love for her is not about her but about himself which makes her almost replacable When he realizes that she has no intention of leaving her fiancé for him he sees Lotte’s kindness towards him as evidence that she has led him on intending to hurt him and even suggests that she has made a reprehensible habit of doing the same with other men Lotte however is utterly heartbroken by the situation and highlights the great trouble she went through to try to save their friendship The Suicide Even Werthers suicide is egocentric by describing his suffering for 12 hours until he is finally dead He doesn‘t receive a christian funeral due to the suicide The Sorrows of Young Werther is most popular for his infamous suicide that ends the novel when Werther is most definitely rejected by Lotte Werther is overwhelmed by his excess of emotion which seems to be the sole cause of his death the only way to overthrow his emotion As his emotions gain increasing command even his usually elegant language begins to fail him His sentences become progressively unstable and interrupted marred by gaps in thought and a failure to find the proper words His narrative becomes as painful and burdensome as Werther’s emotions themselvesUnfortunately the popularity of Werther did indeed cause a wave of mass suicides all through Europe called the Werther effect The term is still used for causalities between media and suicide ratesSturm und Drang Johann Wolfgang GotheWerther was written in 1774 and majorly influenced by the enlightenment movement and it‘s philosophies The novel created a new epoch called „Sturm und Drang“ which focuses on the „genius“ of the individual as centre of attention It stands for the abandonment of rationality and the utter focus on emotionality It’s the opposite of restricted emotions and feelings like social standards dictated at that time and introduced tragic hero’s Back then Werther was a huge scandal contradicted the romantic literature and raised conflicts with the church By non Germans Werther is often mistakenly read as a romantic novel which creates disappointment because it’s not a romantic story or even from the epoch of romanticism Werther was the enlightenment from the romantic area and reading him as anything different is not doing the book justice “I have so much in me and the feeling for her absorbs it all; I have so much and without her it all comes to nothing” I‘m not a great fan of the Sturm und Drang period but what Goethe is rightfully valued for is his use of language He wasn‘t just a literate but also a poet something unfortunately lost in translation You could think about him as the German Shakespeare but Werther is not about romance but the progression from it The novel is not a love story but an emotional outburst of a love sick and extremely egocentric individual Werther is a very annoying and obsessive character who in todays world would be accused of sexual harassment while Lotte is nothing than the object to obsess about The pictures present the vibe of the book and Werthers self obsessed character perfectly which is the aim and purpose of the novel I appreciate Goethe but Werthers character is hard to tolerate even though his emotional outbursts are deliberate

  10. Renée Renée says:

    Most beautiful book I've ever read Goethe's style and prose is incredible I'm not sure how well it translates to English having read it in Dutch and German but I'm sure there are many competant translators out there Anyone who's not read this is really really missing out as it's of an uneualled beauty

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Die Leiden des jungen Werthers [BOOKS] ⚣ Die Leiden des jungen Werthers By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – Thomashillier.co.uk La prima volta che Werther sente parlare di Lotte non può immaginare che uelle parole segneranno il suo destino «Conoscerà una bella ragazza Stia attento a non innamorarsene è già promessa» Un s des jungen PDF/EPUB ¾ La prima volta che Werther sente parlare di Lotte non può immaginare che uelle parole segneranno il suo destino «Conoscerà una bella ragazza Stia attento a non innamorarsene è già promessa» Un solo ballo con lei e per Werther non esisterà più nulla solo uegli occhi neri e uelle labbra rosse e il desiderio ardente di starle sempre vicino Finché non arriva Albert il Die Leiden eBook Þ futuro sposo tanto saggio e razionale uanto Werther è appassionato e sognatore Ma come potrà continuare a vivere sapendo che Lotte non sarà mai sua Il primo vero bestseller della storia europea pubblicato nel il romanzo suscitò reazioni fortissime tra i giovani lettori divenendo il libro di un’intera generazione e di ogni nuova generazione.

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About the Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

des jungen PDF/EPUB ¾ Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was a German writer George Eliot called him Germany's greatest man of letters and the last true polymath to walk the earth Goethe's works span the fields of poetry drama literature theology humanism and science Goethe's magnum opus lauded as one of the peaks of world literature is the two part drama Faust Goethe's other well known literary works include Die Leiden eBook Þ h.