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Goethe's Marriages

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In Goethe’s works, marriage is a recurrent symbol of stability in turbulent times, yet it took him 18 years to decide to marry the woman he loved. Professor Nicholas Boyle will ask whether Goethe’s dream perhaps turned into a nightmare in this prestigious Schröder Lecture. This talk is also an event in the 2012 Cambridge University Festival of Ideas.

This talk is part of the Department of German and Dutch series.

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