Areheart herself told one literary agent that dealing with Jackson was “a huge nightmare, just a lot of Sturm und Drang.”
The man at the center of the Sturm und Drang was a spy in the offices of the German BND intelligence service.
What all this Sturm und Drang has guaranteed, is that this will be one heckuva commencement speech to watch.
1844, literally "storm and stress," late 18c. German romanticism period, taken from the title of a 1776 romantic drama by German poet Friedrich Maximilian von Klinger (1752-1831), who gave it this name at the suggestion of Christoph Kauffmann.