By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Maxims and Reflections is a suite of a number of hundred significant, unforgettable paragraphs and aphorisms by way of the mythical German Renaissance author Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, divided into the kinds lifestyles and personality, Literature and artwork, technology and Nature. just like the Manual of Epictetus and Seneca’s Letters, Goethe’s Maxims and Reflections is a undying consultant to navigating the mysteries of life.
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