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      • Christian August Vulpius (23 January 1762 – 25 June 1827) was a German novelist and dramatist. His sister married the noted German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. August Vulpius (23 January 1762 – 25,the noted German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
  1. Christiane Vulpius - Wikipedia

    Christiane Vulpius From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Johanna Christiana Sophie Vulpius von Goethe (1 June 1765 – 6 June 1816) was the longtime lover and later wife of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

  2. Christiane Vulpius - Wikipedia

    Johanna Christiana Sophia Vulpius (Weimar, 1 juni 1765 - aldaar, 6 juni 1816), bekend als Christiane Vulpius of Christiane von Goethe, was de levensgezel van de Duitse auteur en staatsman Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Zij kreeg in 1788 een relatie met Goethe en woonde jarenlang met hem samen; ze trouwden in 1806.

  3. Christian August Vulpius - Wikipedia

    Christian August Vulpius (23 January 1762 – 25 June 1827) was a German novelist and dramatist. His sister married the noted German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

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  4. Christiane Vulpius - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

    Nov 16, 2020 · El único hijo superviviente de Christiane Vulpius y Goethe, Julius August Walther von Goethe (1789-1830), se convirtió en chambelán del Gran Duque de Sajonia-Weimar. Se casó con Ottilie von Pogwisch (1796-1872), que cuidó de su suegro Goethe hasta su muerte en 1832.

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    In 1788, when Chris­tiane was a young woman of Weimar, Goethe ad­dressed to her the Römis­che Elegien, an ep­i­thal­a­mium. They lived to­gether quasi-mar­i­tally from 1788 until their mar­riage in 1806, and af­ter­ward until her death in 1816, to the scan­dal of the ladies of Weimar and the vex­a­tion of Bet­tina von Arnim-Brentano. Friedrich Schiller's wife Char­lotte von Lenge­feldwrote of Goethe after Chris­tiane's death, "The poor man wept bit­terly. It grieves me that he should shed tears for such objects." Chris­tiane, who is buried in the Ja­cob­s­fried­hof in Weimar, was the sis­ter of Chris­t­ian Au­gust Vulpius.

    Chris­tiane Vulpius and Goethe had a son, Julius Au­gust Walther von Goethe (25 De­cem­ber 1789 – 28 Oc­to­ber 1830), who be­came cham­ber­lain to the Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar, and died while on a visit to Rome. He mar­ried Ot­tilie von Pog­wisch (31 Oc­to­ber 1796 – 26 Oc­to­ber 1872), a highly ac­com­plished woman. She later cared for Goethe until he died in 1832. Julius Au­gust and Ot­tilie had three chil­dren: Walther Wolf­gang, Frei­herr von Goethe (9 April 1818 – 15 April 1885), known as a com­poser of op­erettas and songs; Wolf­gang Max­i­m­il­ian, Frei­herr von Goethe (18 Sep­tem­ber 1820 – 20 Jan­u­ary 1883), a ju­rist and poet; and Alma von Goethe (29 Oc­to­ber 1827 – 29 Sep­tem­ber 1844).

    Gilman, D. C.; Peck, H. T.; Colby, F. M., eds. (1905). "Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von" . New International Encyclopedia(1st ed.). New York: Dodd, Mead.

  5. Category:Christiane Vulpius - Wikimedia Commons

    Aug 24, 2020 · Media in category "Christiane Vulpius" The following 11 files are in this category, out of 11 total. Carl Lieber - Christiane und August in Goethes Hausgarten -1793-.jpg 1,078 × 722; 562 KB

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    • 1 June 1765, Weimar, Johanna Christiana Sophia Vulpius
  6. Christiane Vulpius – Wikipedie

    Christiane Vulpius (křtěna jako Johanna Christiana Sophia Vulpius, 1. června 1765 – 6. června 1816) byla milenka a žena Johanna Wolfganga von Goethe. Roku 1788, kdy byla mladou ženou z Výmaru, jí Goethe věnoval svoje Římské elegie. Žili spolu v nelegalizovaném stavu až do roku 1806, kdy uzavřeli manželství.

  7. Christiane Vulpius – Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre

    Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Johanna Christiana Sophie Vulpius (Christiana von Goethe; Weimar, de 1765 – Weimar, 6 de junho de 1816) foi a esposa de Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

  8. Christiane von Goethe – Wikipedia

    1999: Die Braut, mit Veronica Ferres als Christiane Vulpius, Herbert Knaup als Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Trivia. Aus der Familie Christiane von Goethes (geborene Vulpius) entstammt die bekannte Opernsängerin Jutta Vulpius (1927–2016). Literatur. Effi Biedrzynski: Goethes Weimar.