OTHER WORDS FROM GoetheGoe·the·an, Goe·thi·an [gur-tee-uhn, gœ-], /ˈgɜr ti ən, ˈgœ-/, adjective
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But does this translate into a reason to ignore the giants of the German canon: Goethe, Mann, Brecht?
Architecture is frozen music, Goethe wrote, and to my mind cities are, too.
Goethe recalled later that he had been first asked his age and been complimented that, at 60, he was “well preserved.”
It seemed strange to me to be passing the room of my beloved Goethe, with our equally beloved Liszt!Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
Goethe's poem is more interesting because of the greater solidity of the characters, and because of the more closely knitted plot.Frdric Mistral|Charles Alfred Downer
And Mazzini found in his verse a great social lesson, such as Goethe 327 never tried to teach.The Life of Mazzini|Bolton King
"A great man can be recognized (p. 173) only by his peers," is one of Goethe's own sentences.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Meanwhile he, Lancaster, had his Euripides and Goethe and whatever else he liked, or knew where to borrow it.Security|Poul William Anderson