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His works have an urbane, enlightened character. His early work was Pietistic in character but in the s he developed a lighter, erotic style under the influence of French literature. He became a professor at Erfurt University in In a letter of March Wieland wrote to his Swiss friend Zimmermann setting out his philosophy of life:. You know that Solomon said that it is better to go to the house of mourning than the house of joy.