I know and love Wieland's work, but this piece had passed me by.
He had been so long detained in America chiefly in consequence of Wieland's aversion to the scheme which he proposed.
It was at the ball given by the Grand Duchess that he asked for Wieland.
This is virtually a revised edition of the incomplete translation published by Wieland between 1762 and 1766.
The short-sightedness of Wieland has also been detected in his poetry.
Yet would not the more correct judgment of Wieland perceive and expose the fallacy of his conclusions?
Of this latter class the most remarkable were Herder and Wieland.
Wieland was invited to assist in person at the production of his opera.
I approached the fence, which divides Wieland's estate from yours.
Schiller and Wieland and Schlegel liked her better, and understood her better.
Wieland Wie·land (vē'länt'), Heinrich Otto. 1877-1957.
German chemist. He won a 1927 Nobel Prize for his research on bile acids.