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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, (1749 - 1832), German poet, playwright, novelist, statesman, scientist, theatre director, and critic, is considered the greatest German literary figure of the modern era. Goethe is the only German literary figure whose international standing equals those of Germany’s foremost philosophers and composers. In the literary culture of the German-speaking countries, so dominant is his position that, since the end of the 18th century, his writings have been described as “classical.” His Faust, is also Europe’s greatest long poem since John Milton’s Paradise Lost, maybe even since Dante’s The Divine Comedy.