Los sufrimientos del joven Werther (Penguin Clásicos) by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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«¿Tendría, entonces, que ocurrir que lo que hace l. a. felicidad del hombre se haga a su vez l. a. fuente de su desdicha?»

La historia de un joven abocado al suicidio por los angeles infelicidad del desamor es l. a. primera gran novela trágica europea. Basada en el desencanto amoroso sufrido por el propio Goethe, el libro alcanzó una gran fama como fundador de lo que más tarde se llamaría literatura confesional. Su good exploración de l. a. mente de un artista en lucha contra los angeles sociedad y escasamente pertrechado para hacer frente a l. a. vida le otorga el valor de una obra maestra sin par en los angeles literatura universal.

José María Valverde llevó a cabo los angeles más fiel y preciosa traducción a nuestra lengua de este clásico imperecedero, que recogemos aquí siguiendo los angeles edición canónica realizada por Waltraud Wiethölter y Christoph Brecht, cuyo trabajo ha sido avalado durante años por los círculos académicos internacionales.

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«El mundo, al unísono, tomó posesión de Los sufrimientos del joven Werther y el libro tomó posesión del mundo. period como si l. a. gente, en todos los países, de manera secreta y sin saberlo, hubiera estado esperando este libro escrito por un joven desconocido, nacido en una ciudad del imperio alemán.»

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TOLKIEN Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone, Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die, One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie. R. TOLKIEN COPYRIGHT ABOUT THE PUBLISHER SYNOPSIS This is the third part of The Lord of the Rings. The first part, The Fellowship of the Ring, told how Gandalf the Grey discovered that the ring possessed by Frodo the Hobbit was in fact the One Ring, ruler of all the Rings of Power.

He looks as if he were spoiling for a race, and not newly come from a great journey,’ said Beregond. ‘How strong and proud he is! Where is his harness? ’ ‘None is rich and fair enough for him,’ said Pippin. ‘He will have none. If he will consent to bear you, bear you he does; and if not, well, no bit, bridle, whip, or thong will tame him. Farewell, Shadowfax! Have patience. ’ Shadowfax lifted up his head and neighed, so that the stable shook, and they covered their ears. Then they took their leave, seeing that the manger was well filled.

But now all the horses and the riders were out and away. Shadowfax whinnied as Pippin entered the stable and turned his head. ’ said Pippin. ‘Gandalf will come as soon as he may. ’ Shadowfax tossed his head and stamped. But he allowed Beregond to handle his head gently and stroke his great flanks. ‘He looks as if he were spoiling for a race, and not newly come from a great journey,’ said Beregond. ‘How strong and proud he is! Where is his harness? ’ ‘None is rich and fair enough for him,’ said Pippin.

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