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by Ulrich Plenzdorf

eBook Die Neuen Leiden Des Jungen W download ISBN: 047102855X
Author: Ulrich Plenzdorf
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (February 16, 1978)
Language: English
Pages: 302
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Rating: 4.1
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Die neuen Leiden des jungen W. (The new Sorrows of Young . is an analytic collage-style novel (montage novel) and play by Ulrich Plenzdorf

Die neuen Leiden des jungen W. is an analytic collage-style novel (montage novel) and play by Ulrich Plenzdorf. Plenzdorf wrote Die neuen Leiden des jungen W. using the East German (DDR) youth's slang of the 1970s as a societal critique. It tells the story of a young man, who wants to escape from his small middle class environment. Reading Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's Die Leiden des jungen Werthers, he discovers similarities between him and the book's protagonist

Ulrich Plenzdorf (Author). Edgar fell in love and the problem is that his loved woman has a boyfriend just like in the Goethe's book "Die Leiden des jungen Werther" and therefore he murder himself because he has no willingness to live

Ulrich Plenzdorf (Author). ISBN-13: 978-0471028550. Edgar fell in love and the problem is that his loved woman has a boyfriend just like in the Goethe's book "Die Leiden des jungen Werther" and therefore he murder himself because he has no willingness to live. His life has no sense for him. That's why he interrupt his own vitality.

over Albert), Ulrich Plenzdorf's 1972 societal critique Die neuen Leiden des jungen . whilst naturally (especially if. . whilst naturally (especially if one is to consider the title) replete with much intertextuality regarding Goethe's 1774 novel (and with main protagonist Egar Wibeau in fact even actively reading Die Leiden des jungen Werther and feeling much personal kinship to Werther) is nevertheless very much an. Overall, I felt the montage structure, coupled with the first-person narrative detracted from what could have been a much stronger work.

Ulrich Plenzdorf (Author).

Die neuen Leiden is a novel by German writer Ulrich Plenzdorf, loosely based on Goethe’s classic Die Leiden des Jungen Werther. Die Neuen Leiden des Junges W. Q&A. Writers Ulrich Plenzdorf.

Plenzdorf, Ulrich, 1934-. Frankfurt (am Main): Suhrkamp. inlibrary; printdisabled; trent university;. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station14. cebu on June 28, 2019.

Die 'neuen' Leiden des jungen W. sind die alten: Liebe, die als Eifersucht schmerzt, gestörtes Verhältnis zur Mitwelt, das als verletzter Ehrgeiz quält. Auch Werther 1972 liebt eine verlobte, später verheiratete Frau namens Charlotte, die er nicht wie sein Vorgänger Lotte, sondern 'Charlie' nennt" Rolf Michaelis, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Wibeau, verkannter van Goch (Originalton Wibeau), Salinger- Enthusiast, emigriert in die Berliner Gartenlaube eines Freundes und findet dort, auf dem Plumpsklo, die Geschichte eines verwandten Geistes, in allermerkwürdigstem Deutsch - Die Leiden des jungen Werthers von Goethe. Diese Geschichte dieser Plumpsklo-Lektüre wurde in mehr als dreißig Sprachen übersetzt und hat bis heute über vier Millionen Gesamtauflage, allein 2,4 Millionen beim Suhrkamp-Verlag

A text edition of the bestselling East German novel, divided into 14 short chapters to facilitate use as a language reader in German classes at the intermediate level and above. Contains questions, extensive annotation, a vocabulary list, and the text of an interview with Plenzdorf. An introduction by the editor discusses Plenzdorf's personality and career, the reception and dramatic versions of his book, the novel's structure, the relation of the book to WERTHER and CATCHER IN THE RYE, and the importance of the ``achievement principle'' as a theme in the story.
Comments: (2)
Dancing Lion
A slight problem at first. It was resolved promptly!
Mavivasa
Everyone in the world can be diffrent and it means they aren't mad.Edgar Wieau is one of the most young man who want to change the interests and the understand of the old generation. I'm a student from Bulgaria. I learn in the German language high school and I know very well what means to be diffrent. Edgar fell in love and the problem is that his loved woman has a boyfriend just like in the Goethe's book "Die Leiden des jungen Werther" and therefore he murder himself because he has no willingness to live. His life has no sense for him. That's why he interrupt his own vitality. In the Goethe's story about the afflicted Werther is just the same. Werther has an impossible love. He commited suicide with a view to wait Charlotte to come by him. Werther is one very desperated person just like Wiebau. He is very agressive and spontanous that's why he took one's own life. therefore my next titel can be: "There's no pale between the Life and the Death!"