Friedrich Hölderlin cytaty

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Friedrich Hölderlin

Data urodzenia: 20. Marzec 1770
Data zgonu: 7. Czerwiec 1843

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Johann Christian Friedrich Hölderlin – niemiecki poeta, uznawany za jednego z prekursorów klasyki weimarskiej oraz romantyzmu.

Cytaty Friedrich Hölderlin

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„Czy znacie jego imię? Imię tego co jednym jest i wszystkim? Jego imię to piękno.“

— Friedrich Hölderlin
Źródło: Pod brzemieniem mego losu. Listy – Hyperion, przeł. A. Milska, W. Markowska, Warszawa 1976.

„What is all that men have done and thought over thousands of years, compared with one moment of love. But in all Nature, too, it is what is nearest to perfection, what is most divinely beautiful!“

— Friedrich Hölderlin
Context: What is all that men have done and thought over thousands of years, compared with one moment of love. But in all Nature, too, it is what is nearest to perfection, what is most divinely beautiful! There all stairs lead from the threshold of life. From there we come, to there we go.

„It was not delight, not wonder that arose among us, it was the peace of heaven.“

— Friedrich Hölderlin
Context: It was not delight, not wonder that arose among us, it was the peace of heaven. A thousand times have I said it to her and to myself: the most beautiful is also the most sacred. And such was everything in her. Like her singing, even so was her life.

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