Author:Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
(1749–1832)
German polymath
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Works[edit]

Dramas[edit]

Poems[edit]

A Night Thought • A Parable • A Plan the Muses Entertained • A Symbol • Admonition • After-Sensations • Alexis and Dora • Anacreon's Grave • Anniversary Song • Another • Answers in a Game of Questions • Apparent Death • April • As Broad as It's Long • At Midnight Hour • Authors • Autumn Feelings • Ballad • Before a Court of Justice • Blindman's Buff (Blinde Kuh) • Burial • By the River ("Flow on, ye lays so loved, so fair") • By the River ("When by the broad stream thou dost dwell") • Calm at Sea • Cat-Pie • Celebrity • Charade • Christel • Comfort in Tears • Constancy in Change • Coptic Song • Courage • Death Lament of the Noble Wife of Asan Aga • Declaration of War • Dedication • Delight of Sorrow • Departure • Depression • Different Emotions on the Same Spot • Different Threats • Distichs • Early Spring • Effect at a Distance • Epilogue to Schiller's "Song of the Bell" • Epiphanias • Epitaph • Ergo Bibamus! • Evening • Ever and Everywhere • Exculpation • Explanation of an Ancient Woodcut, Representing Hans Sachs's Poetical Mission • Explanation of an Antique Gem • Faithful Eckart • Farewell • Finnish Song • First Loss • Flower-Salute • Food in Travel • For Ever • Fortune of War • Found (Gefunden) Speaker Icon.svg • From "The Sorrows of Young Werther" • From an Album of 1604 • From Egmont • From Faust • From Faust—Second Part • From Götz Von Berlichingen • From the Mountain • From Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship • Ganymede • General Confession • Genial Impulse • God, Soul and World • Growth • Gypsy Song • Hartz Mountains • Holy Family • Human Feelings • Huntsman's Evening Song • Idyll • Ilm, the River, to the Moon • In a Word • In Absence • In Summer • Johanna Sebus • Joy • Joy and Sorrow • June • Legend • L'Envoi • Leopold, Duke of Brunswick • Like and Like • Lili's Menagerie • Limits of Humanity • Lines on Seeing Schiller's Skull • Living Remembrance • Longing • Love as a Landscape Painter • Lover in All Shapes • Love's Distresses • Love's Dream • Love's Hour-Glass • Mahomet's Song • Maiden Wishes • March • Marriage Unequal • May • May Song ("Between wheat-field and corn") • May Song ("How gloriously gleameth all nature to me!"; also published in translation under the title Mayfest) • Memento (Erinnerung) • Mignon • Mischievous Joy • Morning Lament • Motives • My Goddess • My Only Property • Neither This nor That • Nemesis • New Love, New Life • Next Year's Spring • Night Song • November Song • Old Age • On the Divan • On the Lake • On the New Year • Open Table • Paulo Post Futuri • Perfect Bliss • Petition • Philine's Song • Philomena • Phoebus and Hermes • Phooemion • Playing at Priests • Poetry • Presence • Prometheus • Proverbs ("A breach is every day") • Proverbs ("A thousand flies did I at even slay") • Proximity • Psyche • Reciprocal • Reciprocal Invitation to the Dance • Religion and Church • Reservation • Resolve • Restless Love • Rinaldo • Rollicking Hans • Roman Elegies (Erotica Romana) • Royal Prayer • Rule for Monarchs • Sakontala • Second Life • Self-Deceit • Separation • She Cannot End • Should E'er the Loveless Day • Sicilian Song • Sir Curt's Wedding Journey • Smitten • Solitude • Song of Fellowship • Song of the Fates • Song of the Spirits over the Waters • Songs • Sorrow Without Consolation • Sound, Sweet Song • Spirit Greeting • Such, Such is He Who Pleaseth Me • Swiss Song • Symbols • Table Song • Tame Xenia • The Artist's Morning Song • The Beauteous Flower • The Best • The Bliss of Absence • The Breeze • The Bride of Corinth • The Bridegroom • The Brothers • The Buyers • The Castle on the Mountain • The Cavalier's Choice • The Chinaman in Rome • The Chosen Rock • The Christmas-Box • The Church Window • The Consecrated Spot • The Coquette • The Country Schoolmaster • The Critic • The Dance of the Dead • The Death of the Fly • The Destruction of Magdeburg • The Dilettante and the Critic • The Doubters and the Lovers • The Drops of Nectar • The Eagle and the Dove • The Epochs • The Erl-King (Der Erlkönig; also translated as The Alder King) • The Exchange • The Faithless Boy • The Farewell • The First Walpurgis-Night • The Fisherman • The Fool's Epilogue • The Fox and Crane • The Fox and the Huntsman • The Freebooter • The Friendly Meeting • The Frogs • The German Parnassus • The Goblet • The God and the Bayadere • The Godlike • The Goldsmith's Apprentice • The Happy Couple • The Husbandman • The Joys (Die Freuden) • The King of Thule • The Legend of the Horseshoe • The Lovely Night • The Loving One Once More • The Loving One Writes • The Magic Net • The Maid of the Mill's Repentance • The Maid of the Mill's Treachery • The Maiden Speaks • The Metamorphosis of Plants • The Minstrel • The Misanthrope • The Modern Amadis • The Mountain Village • The Musagetes • The Muses' Mirror • The Muses' Son • The New Love • The Page and the Miller's Daughter • The Pariah • The Park • The Parting • The Prosperous Voyage • The Pupil in Magic • The Rat-Catcher • The Reckoning • The Rule of Life • The Same, Expanded • The Screaming (Das Schreien) • The Sea-Voyage • The Shepherd's Lament • The Soldier's Consolation • The Spinner • The Spring Oracle • The Stork's Vocation • The Teachers • The Traveller and the Farm Maiden • The Treasure-Seeker • The Violet • The Visit • The Walking Bell • The Wanderer • The Wanderer's Storm-Song • The Warning • The Water-Man • The Way to Behave • The Wedding • The Wedding Night • The Wild Rose • The Wrangler • The Wreaths • The Yelpers • The Youth and the Mill-Stream • Threatening Signs • Three Palinodias • To a Golden Heart He Was Wearing on His Neck • To Belinda • To Charlotte • To Father Kronos • To His Coy One • To Lida • To Lina • To Luna • To Mignon • To My Friend • To My Mistress • To Originals • To the Chosen One • To the Distant One • To the Grasshopper • To the Kind Reader • To the Rising Full Moon • Treasure Trove • Trilogy of Passion (including the famous Marienbad Elegy (Marienbader Elegie)) • True Enjoyment • Valediction • Vanitas, Vanitatum Vanitas • Venetian Epigrams • Wanderer's Night-Song • Warning • Wedding Song • Welcome and Departure • When the Fox Dies His Skin Counts • Who'll Buy Cupid? • With a Golden Necklace • With an Embroidered Ribbon • Wont and Done

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Novels and short stories[edit]

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Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.