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Book Excerpt: 
. . .Mother. And through thy fault it has all been trifled away.

Clara, I am in a strange position. When I think how it has come to pass, I know it, indeed, and I know it not. But I have only to look upon Egmont, and I understand it all; ay, and stranger things would seem natural then. Oh, what a man he is! All the provinces worship him. And in his arms, should I not be the happiest creature in the world?

Mother. And how will it be in the future?

Clara. I only ask, does he love me?—does he love me?—as if there were any doubt about it.

Mother. One has nothing but anxiety of heart with one's children. Always care and sorrow, whatever may be the end of it! It cannot come to good! Thou hast made thyself wretched! Thou hast made thy Mother wretched too.

Clara (quietly). Yet thou didst allow it in the beginning.

Mother. Alas! I was too indulgent; I am always too indulgent.

Clara. When Egmont rod. . . Read More

Community Reviews

This is a dangerous book. For anyone who has suffered from that unrequited 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 situatio

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 Werther.

This is the kind of book that high school teachers should be making self-absorbed teenagers read. They can totally relate,

The Werther-effect. The book that caused collective suicides all through Europe

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The book is about a young man named Werther who is drown

“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, more than most, really hasn't aged well. I do no

Thackeray wrote this very glib verse synopsis of the tale:

Werther had a love for Charlotte
Such as words could never utter;
Would you know how first he met her?
She was cutting bread and butter.

Charlotte was a married lady,
And a moral man was Werther,
And, for all the wealth of Indies,
Would do nothi


هزار و نود و پنج روز_شبم را صرف دوست‌داشتن دختری کردم که با یک ساعت نشستن با دیگری رفت...

چند روز قبل در اینستاگرام خبر چاپ کتاب شعری از بختیار علی را دیدم ،قلکم را شکستم و رفتم تا کتاب را بخرم.در تمام مسیر بابک جهانبخش گوش دادم.هی زمزمه میکردم
“رو عشق من حساب کن همیشه
آدم از عشقش که خسته

"Α,εσείς οι λογικοί άνθρωποι! Πάθος! Μέθη! Παραφροσύνη! Κάθεστε εκεί ήρεμοι και απαθείς, εσείς οι ενάρετοι, κατακρίνετε τον πότη, απεχθάνεστε τον τρελό, προσπερνάτε σαν τους ιερείς, και, σαν τους Φαρισαίους, ευχαριστείτε το Θεό που δεν σας έκανε όμοιους μ' εκείνους. Έχω μεθύσει πολλές φορές, τα πάθη

During the past 3 years I’ve started to read more 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

مگر میشود رنج های ورتر جوان را بخوانی و از زیبایی عشق متحیر نشوی. قطعا به خود خواهی گفت : این یک مساله به غایت جدی ست.

959. ‭‎‎Die Leiden des jungen Werthers‭‭ = Les souffrances du jeune Werther‬ = The Sorrows of Young Werther, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

A Autobiographical novel by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, first published in 1774.

Most of The Sorrows of Young Werther, a story about unrequited love, is presented as

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