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In return for his heart, Peter gets a cold stone in his chest andthalers a day and, should that not be enough, Mike adds, Peter is allowed to return to ask for more money whenever he pleases. Peter says his heart and the feelings attached to it only hinder him in life, so he has no problem parting with it.

During the search for the little glass-imp, Peter comes across another forest spirit, the enormous and dangerous Dutch-Mike, who haunts the forest as an evil sorcerer on stormy nights.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Boris Michel rated it liked it Apr 15, Janina rated it liked it Jul 26, To congratulate him on the birth of his son the little glass-imp gives Peter a present, four rolls of thalers, marking the little glass-imp as the godparent of his son. The next morning, a district magistrate knocks on his door to seize his glass factory.

Das Kalte Herz

He could also be seen as a moral compass, a daimonion using Socrates’ term. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.


During this literary period it kaltw quite common to write prose in fairy tale form. Zaonce rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Irindreams rated it really liked it Mar 31, As the hopeless romantic that he is, Coal-marmot Peter does not give up on his quest for happiness and at the end of the fairy tale eventually finds this happiness with his wife.

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Next, he goes looking for a wife and asks for the beautiful Lisbeth’s hand in marriage. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Struggles of the young Hauff might be mirrored in the character of Peter Marmot, who is morally and mentally unstable and plagued by feelings of inferiority. Heart of Stone German: X rated it liked it Dec 26, Romantische Sage aus der wuerttembergischen Geschichte ; Lichtenstein: Peter builds a mansion in the Black Forest and from then on works as a merchant haufv debt collector with extortionate rates of interest.

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Kat Vik rated it it was amazing Mar 31, MeesterP rated it it was ok Nov 02, Olena rated it it was amazing Mar 30, With the poem “Schatzhauser in the green firwood, thou art many hundreds of years old. Then, he gets chased out of the tavern. This also stands for “civil trade and morality” whereas Dutch-Mike depicts the unbridled “profit seeking of the commercial in this first third of the nineteenth century.

Just a moment while we sign you in berz your Goodreads account. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. To ask other readers questions about Das Kalte Herzplease sign up. Dmitriy rated it really liked it Jul 23, Jahrhunderts und heute weht freilich ein ganz anderer Zeitgeist aber der Kernaussage des Buches ist zuzustimmen: Mike turns down Peter’s request, telling him that he will only get his heart back after his death.


Other Romantic characteristics include the use of the mystical-eeriethe uncanny and folk tales.

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Finally, he goes into the woods and calls for the little glass-imp because he still has one wish left. In JanuaryKalge undertook the editorship of the Stuttgart Morgenblatt and in the following month married his cousin Luise Hauff, but his happiness was prematurely cut short by his death from typhoid fever on 18 November Retrieved from ” https: Sophie rated it liked it Jul 22, For the kale of Peter’s dead wife, who helped him, he gave Peter eight days to think over his own life.

Peter’s misfortune really starts to unfold when, instead of losing, he suddenly begins to win every single time. But right off the bat, Peter’s first wish is foolish. He dreams of prosperity and prestige.

Soon he becomes the most renowned man in the Black Forest.