The Sorrows of Young Werther Description How does Werther Rsquo;s relationship to nature change from

The Sorrows of Young Werther

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How does Werther Rsquo;s relationship to nature change from Book One to Book Two of Goethe Rsquo;s The Sorrows of Young Werther? How do his views of nature precipitate his end?

And, this assignment is from Comparative Literature: World Literature class. Previously, we, our class, have discussed about Goethe’s Enlightenment from the text “What is Enlightenment?”, which concludes in a way that “we should have courage with using own understanding from self-imposed immaturity”. His thought about process of Enlightenment can be related to Werther’ view on nature, because Goethe asserted to understand foreign cultures with open minded, not only meaning and words of languages, like Werther’s ’emotional’ pursuit of freedom opposed to Albert’s ‘rational’ thoughts and the German society, very rule and moral depended, in 18C

 

 

 

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