Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts

Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts

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"Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts" (1826) gilt als beispielhaftes literarisches Dokument der Spätromantik. Sehnsucht nach der Ferne, aber auch väterlicher Unmut führen den jungen Sohn eines Müllers in die Welt hinaus, in der er sein Glück machen will und ein Leben ganz im Zeichen der Poesie zu führen versucht.

Title:Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts
Edition Language:German
ISBN:9783150023549
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  • Manybooks

    Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff's 1826 novella Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts (the title in its English translation means that this is the life story of a so-called good-for-nothing and as such, some...

  • ?Misericordia? ?????? ????

    Yay! Long time no reread....

  • Lisa

    Sometimes you wish life was as easy as that! No worries, go where your heart carries you, - und es war alles, alles gut!Not the most profund reading experience, but certainly an amusing piece of early...

  • Gertrude & Victoria

    Joseph von Eichendorff was an intellectual who was mainly known as a lyrical poet, but wrote prose as well. This novella, Life of a Good-for-nothing, is regarded as his magnum opus, and demonstrates t...

  • K.D. Absolutely

    Good-for-nothing is how the author referred to his male protagonist in the story. Joseph von Eichendorff (1788-1857) chose not to give a name to his character maybe because he would like us all to rel...

  • Luka

    Had to read it for school. I had to read it twice because it‘s very complex but I really like it:)...

  • Hokomoko

    I'd give this book 6 stars if possible as it comes at just the right moment. My good friend Klaus Hofmann taught this book in secondary school where it was mandatory reading (part of the canon in Germ...

  • linda

    “And the world suddenly appeared to me as such an awfully large place, with I so totally alone in it that I could have cried from the bottom of my heart.” I read this for school and it was - ju...

  • Heiko Joerg

    I love the English translation of the German title "Aus dem Leben eines Taugenichts".;-)If you are interested in the German literary romantic movement. Sit down, read the book, enjoy the life of a "Ta...

  • George

    An easy to read, delightful, whimsical novella about a young German man’s short adventure to Italy. The unnamed protagonist works as a gardener and then as a bookkeeper. He falls in love with a Coun...