Goethe

Goethe has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Alexander Artem Sakharov' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Goethe was highly popular in September, 2016.

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Cy Twombly, the painter of Olympus at the Centre Pompidou

[...] , first to fellow painters such as Poussin and Miró, but also to literary figures including Goethe, Herodotus, Homer, Horace, Keats, Mallarmé, Ovid, Rilke, Sappho, Spenser and Virgil, all cited by [...]

en.artmediaagency.com

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Swarm Mind and a Trip to the Bay

[...] else. The higher dimensional frames are big and small enough to banish the Cartesian Spread. Goethe said, “In nature we never see anything isolated, but everything in connection with something else [...]

dodona777.wordpress.com

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The Hum ~ 1/25 ~ A good life

[...] music was played in palaces for the entertainment of rich folks who, well, live in palaces. Goethe described it (in that case string quartet music) as “four rational people conversing,” but this [...]

madriverunion.com

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Finding Your True North: A Guide to Self-Reliance

[...] has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.” And of course, Goethe’s famous (loosely translated) couplet: “What you can do, or dream you can do, begin it; [...]

artofmanliness.com

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Discover Germany’s Cultural Heartland – Weimar

[...] inn in 1696. It was place to be during the German Enlightenment period where luminaries such as Goethe, Schiller, and Johann Sebastian Bach once stayed. However, it was during the 1930’s where the [...]

roamingrequired.com

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GALINA SEDOVA’S BULGAKOV. CCCV.

[...] understood this too, as he takes his idea precisely from the legend of Harlequin, and not from Goethe’s Faust. Bulgakov’s genius makes use of great Russian poets. Hence, in Master and Margarita we [...]

alexanderartemsakharov.blogspot.com

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Artists Past and Present

[...] and idea that suggest (as most that is excellent in Germany does suggest) the influence of Goethe. In his restless interroga- tion of all the forms of representative art, his work in the mass [...]

artandpopularculture.com

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This Christmas Week’s Films Aren’t About Christmas.  Everything But. | Reviews by Anne Brodie

[...] brilliant things. It’s so funny and smart and based on the idea of suicide, is it contagious, Goethe should never have written anything because his books have resulted in actual real life suicides. [...]

whatshesaidradio.com

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Shadows of Words: Our Twelfth Annual Look at Debut Poets

[...] . The wild animal of my childhood and its green river of memory. I’m fascinated by Goethe’s lifelong search for the “Primal Plant,” from which grew my own notion of the black [...]

pw.org

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The Best of Santos Bonacci "bringing together all fields of knowledge and wisdom, showing the interrelatedness of al...

[...] Shakespeare “Turn the spotlight inward” ~ Gandhi “Trust yourself and you will know how to live” ~ Goethe http://universaltruthschool.com/about-santos/ [...]

ascensionwithearth.com

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Reading Literature Won’t Give You Superpowers

[...] : “People used to comment that the people who ran the concentration camps probably knew Goethe and Schiller by heart,” he told me. While literature does produce “a kind of empathy,” [...]

theatlantic.com

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Goethe related channels

  • Ordinary Nothing

    "A man can stand anything except a succession of ordinary days" -- Johann Wolfgang von Goethe