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  1. Katharina Elisabeth Goethe, known as "Frau Rat" (19 February 1731 - 13 September 1808) was the mother of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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    Katharina Elisabeth Goethe, known as "Frau Rat" (19 February 1731 - 13 September 1808) was the mother of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

  3. Katharina Elisabeth Goethe (Textor) (1731 - 1808) - Genealogy

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    May 23, 2018 · Ulrike Prokop: Die Freundschaft zwischen Katharina Elisabeth Goethe und Bettina Brentano - Aspekte weiblicher Tradition. In: Vorträge aus der Frankfurter Frauenschule. Facetten feministischer Theoriebildung. Materialband 2. Selbstverlag, Frankfurt/Main 1987; Doris Hopp/Wolfgang Bunzel: Catharina Elisabeth Goethe. Mit einem Beitrag von Ulrike ...

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  4. Catharina Elisabeth Goethe – Wikipedia

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    Doris Hopp, Wolfgang Bunzel: Catharina Elisabeth Goethe. Mit einem Beitrag von Ulrike Prokop. Freies Deutsches Hochstift/Frankfurter Goethe-Museum, Frankfurt am Main 2008. Ulrike Prokop: Die Freundschaft zwischen Katharina Elisabeth Goethe und Bettina Brentano – Aspekte weiblicher Tradition. In: Vorträge aus der Frankfurter Frauenschule ...

  5. Katharina Elisabeth Goethe - WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

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    Katharina Elisabeth Goethe, known as "Frau Rat" (19 February 1731 - 13 September 1808) was the mother of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Johann Wolfgang (von) Goethe was a German writer and statesman. His works include four novels; epic and lyric poetry; prose and verse dramas; memoirs; an autobiography; literary and aesthetic criticism; and ...

  6. Katharina Elisabeth Goethe, known as "Frau Rat" (19 February 1731 - 13 September 1808) was the mother of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

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  8. Katharina Elisabeth Goethe - BYU ScholarsArchive

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    Katharina Elisabeth Goethe was born in Frankfurt am Main on February 19, 1731. She married Johann Kaspar Goethe on August 20, 1748 and had four children, one of whom was Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a German writer and statesman.

  9. Goethe, Catharina Elisabeth, 1731-1808 - LC Linked Data ...

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    found: Allg. dt. Biog. (Goethe, Katharina Elisabeth) found : Wikipedia, German, via WWW, September 15, 2016 (Catharina Elisabeth Goethe; born as Catharina Elisabeth Textor on February 19, 1731 in Frankfurt am Main; died September 13, 1808 in Frankfurt am Main; had extensive letter exchange with various German nobility; mother of the poet Johann ...

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    Cornelia Goethe, 15 months younger than her brother Johann Wolfgang, was born in Frankfurt am Main.Her father, imperial councillor Johann Caspar Goethe (29 July 1710 – 25 May 1782), thought it appropriate for an upper-class woman to have some higher education, and Cornelia was educated together with her brother, which was unusual in those days.