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" Werter is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain, under which all thoughtful men of a certain age were languishing: it paints the misery, it passionately utters the complaint; and heart and voice, all over Europe, loudly and at once respond to it. "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - الصفحة 340
1828
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The Works of Thomas Carlyle: Critical and miscellaneous essays

Thomas Carlyle - 1899
...gave it a local habitation and a name; and so made himself the spokesman of his generation. Werter is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain, under which...to it. True, it prescribes no remedy; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise, to which other years and a higher culture were required ; but...

Critical and miscellaneous essays, collected and republished

Thomas Carlyle - 1901
...gave it a local habitation and a name ; and so made himself the spokesman of his generation. Werter is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain, under which...to it. True, it prescribes no remedy ; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise, to which other years and a higher culture were required ; but...

The works of J.W. von Goethe

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1902
...a local habitation and a name ; and so made himself the spokesman of his generation. ' Werther ' is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain under which all...to it. True, it prescribes no remedy ; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise, to which other years and a l"£'art n'esl qu'une forme," says...

J.W. Von Goethe's Works ...

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1903
...a local habitation and a name ; and so made himself the spokesman of his generation. ' Werther ' is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain under which all...to it. True, it prescribes no remedy ; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise, to which other years and a 1 "I/'art n'est qu'une forme," says...

The Greater English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

William Morton Payne - 1907 - عدد الصفحات: 388
...it a local habitation and a name; and so made himself the spokesman of his generation. 'Werther' is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain under which all...to it. True, it prescribes no remedy; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise, to which other years and a higher culture were required; but...

The Prolongation of life

Elie Metchnikoff - 1908 - عدد الصفحات: 343
...general tendency of Werther has been described excellently by Carlyle.1 " Werther," he wrote, " is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain, under which...heart and voice, all over Europe, loudly and at once responded to it." Werthcr was "the first thrilling peal of that impassioned dirge which, in country...

Faust

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1908 - عدد الصفحات: 209
...Hand. In 1774 was published his novel, " The Sorrows of Young Werther," which Lewes describes as " but the cry of that dim, rooted pain under which all...heart and voice all over Europe loudly and at once responded to it." This unrest to which " Werther " was the poet's response was the outcome of a sense...

The Living Age ..., المجلد 116

1873
...of misery, from unrest to deepair. " ' Werter,' " eays Carlyle, " is but the cry of that dim-rooted pain, under which all thoughtful men of a certain...heart and voice all over Europe loudly and at once responded to it. True, it prescribes no remedy ; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise,...

Lord Byron: The Critical Heritage

Andrew Rutherford - 1995 - عدد الصفحات: 513
...gave it a local habitation and a name; and so made himself the spokesman of his generation. Werter is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain, under which...to it. True, it prescribes no remedy; for that was a far different, far harder enterprise, to which other years and a higher culture were required; but...
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The Carlyle Encyclopedia

Mark Cumming - 2004 - عدد الصفحات: 521
...phases of which he considers emblematic of the development of European consciousness, Goethe's novel "is but the cry of that dim, rooted pain, under which...thoughtful men of a certain age were languishing" (Works, 26:217). Moreover, Carlyle considers Werther "among the signals of a great change in modern...
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