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Reineke Fuchs

Reineke Fuchs by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
By: (1749-1832)

Reineke Fuchs is a classic tale of cunning and deceit that follows the titular fox as he navigates the treacherous world of medieval society. Written by the renowned author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, this epic poem is a masterpiece of satire and social commentary.

The character of Reineke Fuchs is clever and conniving, using his wit and charm to outsmart his enemies and manipulate his way to the top. Through his various adventures and misadventures, the reader is taken on a wild ride through a world where the line between good and evil is blurred and justice is often elusive.

Goethe's poetic language and vivid imagery bring this story to life, painting a rich and detailed picture of a world filled with complex characters and moral ambiguity. The themes of power, corruption, and the human capacity for deception are explored with nuance and depth, leaving the reader pondering the true nature of morality and justice.

Overall, Reineke Fuchs is a timeless tale that continues to resonate with readers today. Its dark humor, sharp insight, and memorable characters make it a must-read for anyone interested in classic literature and the complexities of the human condition.

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Reineke Fuchs von Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

Language: Deutsch (German).

Reineke Fuchs ist ein Epos in zwölf Gesängen. Goethe gab dem Werk stark spöttische, mitunter boshafte Züge; sein Epos kann durchaus auch als Kritik des höfischen Lebens gelesen werden, das er gut kannte. (aus Wikipedia)

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Reviewer: - March 11, 2017
Subject: Reader
The reader does cripple the german language and makes the potential reader/listener stop listening very soon. It is a shame that he reads most of the classical german writers.

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