Franz Grillparzer Poems
- In Der Fremde Schon bin ich müd zu reisen, Wär's doch damit ...
- Kuß Auf die Hände küßt die Achtung, Freundschaft auf die ...
- Wenn Der Vogel Singen Will Wenn der Vogel singen will, Sucht...
- Erklärung Fragt ihr mich, was das Schöne sei? Seht zu, ob ...
Franz Seraphicus Grillparzer (15 January 1791 – 21 January 1872) was an Austrian writer who is chiefly known for his dramas. He also wrote the oration for Ludwig van Beethoven's funeral.
Franz Grillparzer was born in Vienna, Austria. His father, E.J. Grillparzer, was a severe pedant and a staunch upholder of the liberal traditions of the reign of Joseph II, and was an advocate of some standing. His mother, Anna Franziska, was a nervous, highly-strung woman who belonged to the well-known musical family of Sonnleithner. His father destined Grillparzer for the legal profession, and, after a desultory education, Grillparzer entered the University of Vienna in 1807 as ... more »
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''Human life, old and young, takes place between hope and remembrance. The young man sees all the gates to his desires open, and the old man remembershis hopes.''Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872), Austrian author. Album entry, Poems (1841).
''They are miserly, the princes of Austria, you need not grieve about it; they may not donate anything, but they allow themselves to be fleeced, the good lords.''Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872), Austrian author. Poems (1844).
''What raises great poetry above all elseit is the entire person and also the entire world.''Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872), Austrian author. Also: commemorative sheet for Friedrich von Reden and Wilhelm von Wartenegg. Album entry, Poems (1862)...
''The art of acting presupposes three phases: understanding a part, intuiting a part, and contemplating the essence of a part.''Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872), Austrian author. Notebooks and Diaries (1820).
''"What are the characteristics of today's world so that one may recognize it by them?" It pays pensions and borrows money: credit and monuments.''Franz Grillparzer (1791-1872), Austrian author. Poems (1840).
Comments about Franz Grillparzer
In Der Fremde
Schon bin ich müd zu reisen,
Wär's doch damit am Rand,
Vor Hören und vor Sehen
Vergeht mir der Verstand.
So willst Du denn nach Hause?
O nein! Nur nicht nach Haus!
Dort stirbt des Lebens Leben
Im Einerlei mir aus.
Wo also willst Du weilen?
Wo findest Du die Statt?
O Mensch, der nur zwei Fremden
Und keine Heimat hat.