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Bog, hæftet Kleider Machen Leute (Classic Reprint) af Gottfried Keller

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For some time the boy had evinced an inclination to painting with a predilection for landscape painting; accordingly, after he was expelled from school, he betook himself to Glattfelden with drawing and painting material and spent a few month... Læs mere

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For some time the boy had evinced an inclination to painting with a predilection for landscape painting; ac... Læs mere

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9781333897703
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164
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01-10-2016
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For some time the boy had evinced an inclination to painting with a predilection for landscape painting; accordingly, after he was expelled from school, he betook himself to Glattfelden with drawing and painting material and spent a few months there. On returning to Zurich he received instruction for a short time from several artists of indifferent ability. He was now twenty years old and bitterly dissatisfied with his accomplishments and prospects. Realizing on a small family estate, he set out' in April, 1840, for Munich to find the true way in painting. Poverty at times to the verge of starvation - debt, illness, misfortune, striving after the unato tainable, consciousness of failure. Importuning his mother for money even to the mortgaging of her little house, and ¿ashes of gay, Bohemian Spirit made up his life in Munich. He returned to Zurich in 1842 and the next six years, which he called the lost years of his life, he spent there. This unhappy period contains, however, one important event for him and for posterity, namely, his renunciation of painting for writing. The Spirit of freedom, so active in Germany, was abroad also in Switzerland, and Keller resorted to verse to aid the good cause. In his attempt to find a publisher for the verses thus produced he was directed by his former teacher, F robel, to Follen, a revolutionary German, who had sought a refuge in Switzerland and was known as a patron of ambitious young authors. It was during this period that he met Freilig rath, who had also taken refuge in the little republic of the free, and Hoffmann von Fallersleben. Keller always said that it was the latter, next to F robel, who had discovered his poetic talent. The first collection of his verses was published in 1845 by Frobel and F ollen in a periodical of which they were the editors and publishers.

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