Another famous literary work of Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe is the Maxims and Reflections which is famous for his quote, “The world of reason is to be regarded as a great and immortal being, who ceaselessly works out what is necessary, and so makes himself lord also over what is accidental.” This tells more about the different values in life and how to live them. Wolfgang reminds us how we live in the past when we should not.
Known in English as the Roman Elegies, this is a series of poems created by Johann Joseph Von Goethe, a genius of Modern German Literature. It was written during the author’s sojourn in the various cities of Italy. It is a celebration of sensuality, vigor and luster of Italian and Classical culture. It also believed to be von Goethe’s loving tribute to his companion, Christiane Vulpus, whom he met in 1786 on his return from Italy.