By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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«¿Tendría, entonces, que ocurrir que lo que hace los angeles felicidad del hombre se haga a su vez los angeles fuente de su desdicha?»
La historia de un joven abocado al suicidio por los angeles infelicidad del desamor es los angeles primera gran novela trágica europea. Basada en el desencanto amoroso sufrido por el propio Goethe, el libro alcanzó una gran fama como fundador de lo que más tarde se llamaría literatura confesional. Su good exploración de l. a. mente de un artista en lucha contra los angeles sociedad y escasamente pertrechado para hacer frente a los angeles vida le otorga el valor de una obra maestra sin par en l. a. literatura universal.
José María Valverde llevó a cabo los angeles más fiel y preciosa traducción a nuestra lengua de este clásico imperecedero, que recogemos aquí siguiendo l. a. edición canónica realizada por Waltraud Wiethölter y Christoph Brecht, cuyo trabajo ha sido avalado durante años por los círculos académicos internacionales.
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