Der Zauberlehrling

Der Zauberlehrling The poem begins as an old sorcerer departs his workshop leaving his apprentice with chores to perform Tired of fetching water by pail the apprentice enchants a broom to do the work for him using mag

  • Title: Der Zauberlehrling
  • Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Andreas Roth-Rosenkranz Gisela Rosenkranz
  • ISBN: 9783868701241
  • Page: 353
  • Format: None
  • The poem begins as an old sorcerer departs his workshop, leaving his apprentice with chores to perform Tired of fetching water by pail, the apprentice enchants a broom to do the work for him using magic in which he is not yet fully trained The floor is soon awash with water, and the apprentice realizes that he cannot stop the broom because he does not know how.Not knowThe poem begins as an old sorcerer departs his workshop, leaving his apprentice with chores to perform Tired of fetching water by pail, the apprentice enchants a broom to do the work for him using magic in which he is not yet fully trained The floor is soon awash with water, and the apprentice realizes that he cannot stop the broom because he does not know how.Not knowing how to control the enchanted broom, the apprentice splits it in two with an axe, but each of the pieces becomes a new broom and takes up a pail and continues fetching water, now at twice the speed When all seems lost, the old sorcerer returns, quickly breaks the spell and saves the day The poem finishes with the old sorcerer s statement that powerful spirits should only be called by the master himself.

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    1. "Die ich rief, die Geister "This was one of the first poems I read with my children in their toddler years, and we still cherish it, often quoting whole passages from it when domestic disasters strike. Now turning into teenagers, they all of a sudden see the hidden political message underneath the funny drama of the sorcerer's apprentice who tries to copy the master while he is gone. The apprentice creates a stupid army of living broomsticks who carry water until he must fear for his life. Whene [...]

    2. This poem is a classic and has inspired many a pop culture scenes and references. I first read the poem in primary school and learnt it off by heart, but can recite only a few bits now. My book club had "magic" as a theme and I dug out this poem, which was lovely to read again.

    3. Este livro é um espetáculo!Goethe, autor alemão, um dos maiores nomes da literatura mundial, conhecido, por exemplo, pelas obras Fausto e Os sofrimentos do jovem Werther, recolheu este conto da tradição oral em 1797. É um clássico já recontado inúmeras vezes, até na música (Paul Dukas, 1897) e no cinema, em um desenho animado de Walt Disney, protagonizado pelo Mickey! A edição é bilíngue, muito bom para quem já tem uma noção de alemão, mas é ótima mesmo para um primeiro cont [...]

    4. Hat der alte Hexenmeister sich doch einmal wegbegeben! Und nun sollen seine Geister auch nach meinem Willen leben!I had to read it in school as we were producing it as an musical :) I remember it to be great fun :D The poem is about a young student of witchcraft who doesn´t understandt why his teacher never let him perfom magic on his own. He highly dislikes that so he decides to do it in secret when his master is goneAs you can guess he fails completly and everything goes wrong and he destroys [...]

    5. O, du Ausgeburt der Hölle!Soll das ganze Haus ersaufen?What an interesting language! Old fashioned German verses describing the misshapes of the Sorcerer's Apprentice How the broom went from getting water to flooding the whole place! Haha!I loved this segment from Disney's Fantasia with Mickey Mouse as the Sorcerer's Apprentice.Very funny.

    6. almost a three star because i don't like the illustrations. but they work, because they are so unusual that children are hooked and get to know goethe's famous ballad.

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