Famous quote by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel

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A classical work doesnt ever have to be understood entirely. But those who are educated and who are still educating them
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"A classical work doesn't ever have to be understood entirely. But those who are educated and who are still educating themselves must desire to learn more and more from it"

- Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel

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This quote by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel talks to the concept that a classical work does not require to be totally comprehended in order to be valued. Instead, those who are educated and those who are still informing themselves need to make every effort to get more information and more from it. This recommends that the value of a classical work depends on its ability to influence further knowing and exploration. It suggests that the more one learns from a classical work, the more one can appreciate its complexity and beauty. This quote encourages readers to put in the time to check out and appreciate the nuances of a classical work, instead of merely attempting to understand it. It suggests that the true worth of a classical work depends on its ability to influence more learning and expedition. By making the effort to check out and value the subtleties of a classical work, readers can get a deeper understanding and appreciation of its intricacy and appeal.

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Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel This quote is written / told by Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel between March 10, 1772 and January 12, 1829. He was a famous Poet from Germany. The author also have 69 other quotes.

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