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Venetianische Epigramme   By: (1749-1832)

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Venetianische Epigramme is a collection of witty and insightful poems written by the renowned German poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe during his travels in Venice. The poems are written in the classical epigrammatic style, with each one offering a unique perspective on life, love, and the beauty of Venice.

Goethe's mastery of language is evident in every line, as he effortlessly weaves together vivid imagery and profound emotions to create a truly memorable reading experience. The poems are filled with clever wordplay and sharp observations, making them both entertaining and thought-provoking.

What sets Venetianische Epigramme apart is its rich cultural and historical context. Through his poems, Goethe captures the essence of Venice - its enchanting canals, vibrant markets, and bustling streets - and explores the themes of identity, desire, and human nature.

Overall, Venetianische Epigramme is a must-read for fans of poetry, travel literature, and classical literature. Goethe's timeless verses continue to resonate with readers today, offering a captivating glimpse into the heart and soul of one of Europe's most iconic cities.

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"Venetianische Epigramme" (Venetian Epigrams) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe [in German]

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Johann Wolfgang Goethe

Venetianische Epigramme

1795

I CIII Von Goethe veroeffentliche Epigramme (Text der zweiten Cotta Ausgabe der "Werke" von 1815)

CIV CLIV Nachgelassene Epigramme (nach der Sophien Ausgabe von 1914)

CLV CLXXXI Entwuerfe und Notizen (nach der Sophien Ausgabe von 1914)

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