Elective Affinities: A Novel

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OXFORD WORLD'S CLASSICS

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE


Elective Affinities

A Novel

Translated with an Introduction and Notes by

DAVID CONSTANTINE

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Note on the Translation xxi
  • Select Bibliography xxiii
  • A Chronology of Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe xxiv
  • Part One 3
  • Chapter One 3
  • Chapter Two 10
  • Chapter Three 18
  • Chapter Four 26
  • Chapter Five 36
  • Chapter Six 40
  • Chapter Seven 48
  • Chapter Eight 54
  • Chapter Nine 58
  • Chapter Ten 66
  • Chapter Eleven 75
  • Chapter Twelve 80
  • Chapter Thirteen 85
  • Chapter Fourteen 90
  • Chapter Fifteen 93
  • Chapter Sixteen 98
  • Chapter Seventeen 103
  • Chapter Eighteen 109
  • Part Two 117
  • Chapter One 117
  • Chapter Two 122
  • Chapter Three 127
  • Chapter Four 132
  • Chapter Five 141
  • Chapter Six 153
  • Chapter Seven 160
  • Chapter Eight 170
  • Chapter Nine 176
  • Chapter Ten 180
  • Chapter Eleven 194
  • Chapter Twelve 198
  • Chapter Thirteen 204
  • Chapter Fourteen 210
  • Chapter Fifteen 215
  • Chapter Sixteen 222
  • Chapter Seventeen 226
  • Chapter Eighteen 231
  • Explanatory Notes 241
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