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Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   wrote   
Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   was born on   
August 28, 1749
German poet, novelist and philosopher
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   said   
"Just Trust Yourself and You Will Learn the Art of Living"
Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   was born in   
Frankfurt, Germany
1749-1832. Poet, novelist, and playwright, leading thinker and scientist. His masterpiece Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   wrote   
Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   wrote   
Elective Affinities
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   wrote   
The Sorrows of Young Werther
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   wrote   
Wilhelm Meister’s Apprenticeship
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   said   
I Respect the Man Who Knows Distinctly What He Wishes. The Greater Part of All Mischief in the World Arises from the Fact That Men Do Not Sufficiently Understand Their Own Aims.
German poet, novelist, playwright, natural philosopher and diplomat
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   said   
"Knowing is Not Enough; We Must Apply. Willing is Not Enough; We Must Do"
German poet, novelist, playwright, natural philosopher and diplomat
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   said   
"Nothing is More Terrible Than Ignorance in Action"
German poet, novelist, playwright, natural philosopher and diplomat
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   created the character   
Count Egmont
Egmont; drama, 1788, English translation, 1837
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   created the character   
Faust
Faust; first English translation, 1838
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   created the character   
Gretchen
Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   created the character   
Mephistopheles
Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   created the character   
Homunculus
Faust
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   created the character   
Werther
The Sorrows of Young Werther, 1774
Alba's Palace
   was created by   
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Brussels residence of the Duke of Alba, from "Egmont", 1789
Gretchen's Room
   was created by   
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
From "Faust"
Walheim
   was created by   
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Small German town in "The Sorrows of Young Werther", English translation, 1780
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
   uttered the last words   
"More Light"






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