Friedrich GundolfIn human chemistry, Friedrich Gundolf (1880-1931) was a German literature scholar noted for []

Overview
In 1916, Gundolf, in his Goethe—his most famous work—devotes a 27-page chapter section to an analysis of German polymath Johann Goethe’s physical chemistry based 1809 novella Elective Affinities, commenting, among other things, that: [1]

Goethe, in Elective Affinities, brooded over the juridical procedures of god.”

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References
1. Benjamin, Walter. (1921). “Goethe’s Elective Affinities” (scribd), first published by Hugo von Hofmannsthal in the Neue Deutsche Beitrage (1924/25); in: Selected Writings, Volume 1: 1913-1926 (Elective Affinities, pgs. 297-360l Gundolf, pg. 324). Harvard University Press, 1996.

Further reading
● Gundolf, Friedrich. (1916). Goethe (§: Die Wahlverwandtschaften, pgs. 548-75). G. Bondi, 1920.
● Winkelman, John. (1987). Goethe’s Elective Affinities: an Interpretation (Gundolf, 5+ pgs). Peter Lang.
● Tantillo, Astrida, O. (2001). Goethe’s Elective Affinities and the Critics (Gundolf, 28+ pgs). New York: Camden House.

External links
Friedrich Gundolf (German → English) – Wikipedia.
Friedrich Gundolf – Wikipedia.

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