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"The Sorrows of young Werther is a loosely autobiographical novel first published in 1774. It was Goethe's first major success. The majority of the novel is presented as a collection of letters written by Werther, a young artist of a highly sensitive and passional temperment, and sent to his friend Wilhelm. Werther gives a very intimate account of his stay in the fictional village of Walheim where he meets and falls in love with Lotte, a beautiful girl who is taking care of her siblings following the death of their mother. Lotte is engaged to a man named Albert. Despite the pain it causes Werther he cultivates a friendship with both of them. Each day serves as a torturing reminder that Lotte will never be able to requite his love"--Page 4 of cover.
CuoreIncipitAUTHOR'S PREFACETHIS book is specially dedicated to the boys of the elementary schoolsbetween the ages of nine and thirteen years, and might be entitled: "TheStory of a Scholastic Year written by a Pupil of the Third Class of anItalian Municipal School." In saying written by a pupil of the third class,I do not mean to say that it was written by him exactly as it is printed. Henoted day by day in a copy-book, as well as he knew how, what he hadseen, felt, thought in the school and outside the school; his father at theend of the year wrote these pages on those notes, taking care not to alterthe thought, and preserving, when it was possible, the words of his son.Four years later the boy, being then in the lyceum, read over the MSS.and added something of his own, drawing on his memories, still fresh, ofpersons and of things.Now read this book, boys; I hope that you will be pleased with it, andthat it may do you good.
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