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“As wide awake as I am, I’m about to seek to capture some of this evening.

At six o’clock in the afternoon I drove out to Irene (I had to dare once, Saint-Georges promised to take care of Uncle, and nothing happened). It was so warm that on the way I had the deck hauled back, so it was nice to drive through the vast spring, between the infinite, deep green, seedy planes, toward the sky, the far-off, bluish-white, gold-striped of the deep sun, past the small farmsteads, which always stand diagonally with the front side to the road, under trees, scarcely greens. Single primroses could be seen in the meadows, and all the cattle were already out, grazing graciously on the setting sun, or stood still at a plank, a ditch they reached in the prairie pasture, stopped with cows and looked at the black monster, where I sit, sitting high, rolled along; they threw long shadows like everything else around.

On the way I picked up Jason; At one point I saw him walking a few hundred yards ahead of me on the edge of the white road, a little crooked and his hands behind his back. So he goes, I thought, to the whole world in his black suit, when the car stopped next to him, it was like magic, as if he had commanded it and seen it with his back, – but Reinhold, who knew him, naturally stopped himself. Then he sat contentedly in his corner of the carriage, looked around proudly and said: The good man always meets cars that carry him to beautiful places.

Where he had been so long, I asked him, for I had not seen him for nearly three weeks. In Schleswig, he said, with the family of the district physicist Liegel, Ulysses Liegel, yes, that’s his name. There are many families, four sons, three daughters, parents, grandmother, and great-grandmother, all together in a small house, and they were all afraid of sharp objects, especially the great-grandmother, who could not see anything pointed, without dreadful conditions but others say it’s different, one reacts only to penknives, another to sewing needles, another to be afraid of dipper sticks or hat-pins, and they are constantly annoying each other with it, that is for fun, they did not mean it evil and only the father, of course, that he was immune, was not respected at all. Actually, he was probably always drunk with Dutch liqueur, that does not smell so unpleasant, and most of the time he was sitting in his room or going to the sick, where he always drinks two or three small schnapps, that’s already a few dozen a day. The sons, however, are big guys, blond and bearded, one Lloyd officer, one merchant, and two students; they would have seized the whole strength of the family, went around resounding and pushed everything aside; Thankfully, rarely more than one or two are present. blond and bearded, one Lloyd officer, one merchant, and two students; they would have seized the whole strength of the family, went around resounding and pushed everything aside; Thankfully, rarely more than one or two are present. blond and bearded, one Lloyd officer, one merchant, and two students; they would have seized the whole strength of the family, went around resounding and pushed everything aside; Thankfully, rarely more than one or two are present. The daughters were all three a bit withered and miserable, hung with lots of marriage plans and very hardworking. Yes, the mother is the most efficient of this family. She was very small, had a face like a backbone and a lame hip, or actually it was two; no one knows how she actually manages to walk, but she walks, always very fast. When she was old enough to marry, she had been anxious to marry that Ulysses Liege, and she succeeded. Then she founded a practice in which they lived for many years always hungry; even now it still hangs in a corner and never dusted completely. One day she had heard from a friend that there were scholarships and legacies in certain small towns, abandoned by deceased benefactors for boys, born in the city to enable them to study, and the brave woman is said to have managed, by moving around in these cities at the time when she expected a child, ever to push a legacy of her three sons. Oh, it’s a lovely family, Jason said. The mother would be glorified by Allen, she would be enormously stingy, she’d always seen only a single penny lying on the edge of the table, and if you brought her something, you’d never fail to say what it cost, because only when she did If she knew, she would be happy. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such and the brave woman is said to have managed, by traveling around these cities at the time when she expected a child, to ever slip a legacy to three of her sons. Oh, it’s a lovely family, Jason said. The mother would be glorified by Allen, she would be enormously stingy, she’d always seen only a single penny lying on the edge of the table, and if you brought her something, you’d never fail to say what it cost, because only when she did If she knew, she would be happy. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such and the brave woman is said to have managed, by traveling around these cities at the time when she expected a child, to ever slip a legacy to three of her sons. Oh, it’s a lovely family, Jason said. The mother would be glorified by Allen, she would be enormously stingy, she’d always seen only a single penny lying on the edge of the table, and if you brought her something, you’d never fail to say what it cost, because only when she did If she knew, she would be happy. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such to assign a legacy to three of their sons. Oh, it’s a lovely family, Jason said. The mother would be glorified by Allen, she would be enormously stingy, she’d always seen only a single penny lying on the edge of the table, and if you brought her something, you’d never fail to say what it cost, because only when she did If she knew, she would be happy. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such to assign a legacy to three of their sons. Oh, it’s a lovely family, Jason said. The mother would be glorified by Allen, she would be enormously stingy, she’d always seen only a single penny lying on the edge of the table, and if you brought her something, you’d never fail to say what it cost, because only when she did If she knew, she would be happy. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such and if you bring her something, you should never refrain from saying what it costs, because only when she knows that, can she rejoice. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such and if you bring her something, you should never refrain from saying what it costs, because only when she knows that, can she rejoice. But only small things should be it. What’s this? Did she then say, with brown fingers and shortsighted eyes, a banana? Oh, gorgeous! What are they? Ten pfennigs. Now look at one, ten pennies for such a wonderful fruit. And then each of her ten children wanted the banana … Ten, Jason? – They made a lot more noise, he said happily, you should hear them once. –

On the way through the vegetable garden little Nora came to meet us, Dora Vehm’s daughter, slowly and seriously as always, only with the enlarged eyes rejoicing, not in the least me, but looking at Jason unshakably. But when he asked: Where is your father? – she said in her low, slow voice: He is sitting on the toilet. – How embarrassing for him! Jason said, now we just do not want to ask about her mother. Then Irene, blonde and lovely as always, came to meet us on the garden gate, to look so delightful that my heart was laughing: like a broken flower, namely in a tight green waist, filet guipure at the neckline and half sleeves, small folds across the breast and with four pointed lobes, front, back and over the hips, like the green sepals of a flower, out of which the great black tulip-bell of the silk skirt swelled and spread, and while her dress and body represented a flower, it was her glowing rosy face, and of golden hair, that bloomed. She told me that a friend of her sister-in-law had just come to visit. Aegidi from Stuttgart, a journalist whom her husband won through Doras Mediation for his new journal. Since the two had not seen each other for years and were now sitting in the hall, we went to the ‘hedge’ and met Georg, who was lying in the grass and with Doras Pallu a friend of her sister-in-law has just come, a dr. Aegidi from Stuttgart, a journalist whom her husband won through Doras Mediation for his new journal. Since the two had not seen each other for years and were now sitting in the hall, we went to the ‘hedge’ and met Georg, who was lying in the grass and with Doras Pallu a friend of her sister-in-law has just come, a dr. Aegidi from Stuttgart, a journalist whom her husband won through Doras Mediation for his new journal. Since the two had not seen each other for years and were now sitting in the hall, we went to the ‘hedge’ and met Georg, who was lying in the grass and with Doras Pallu played. His name is Paul, but he could not say that and baptized Pallu.

We ate dinner upstairs in Irene’s room, a little tight in the corner by the fireplace, too narrow especially for what seemed to be the mood among us. Irene was completely absent-minded; she has become so used to accepting what she likes. But I realized that this seclusion somehow happened with her sister-in-law and with Dr. Ing. Aegidi, who seemed to me hotter and redder again, than even a reunion after two years – but what does that really concern me? Yes, inasmuch as well, just as this mood took hold of me and moved me, with anxious, uncertain and strange, as I am already Uncle’s by itself, with dark sensations. It might have been even weirder without Jason, who probably knew everything exactly, but did not grimace and showed no gesture, but only spoke a lot, in this infinitely flowing way, and so much everyone who looks at it, captivating with eyes that one believes to speak for oneself – well, I will never be able to describe it. By the way, Dora’s husband was not present; He has an intestinal disease, and besides, he is still lungs-sick and already half on the way to Arosa.

Beautiful, dark and sparkling, this Dora looked (and by the way, in a magnificent tunic, which I must remember, from a dark blue, loose silk fabric with woven, same-colored floral and tendril pattern, which she had pulled over the head, brown fur stripes on the open sleeves and at the neckline). Her daily work, which Georg told me about, is yes amazing. I think she wants to have many more children. Her husband looked silent, alien, locked in a photograph; a very delicate face with deep eyes, a very pointed chin, and a strangely exaggerated dark mustache like Nietzsche’s, but hanging lower. When I look at her, I think she is a perfectly happy woman. But if she does not like me too -? What do we know?

I wanted to remember a lot of what was being said? Oh, no, the story that Jason told little Nora when she was in bed, I have to bring back together. It was called, I believe: Dear God and the miserable telephone, or something like that and started:

Prrrrr! made the phone. Kruzitürken, said the dear God and picked up the phone, what is that again! Do not you have a moment’s peace? – You, Uncle Jason, said to Pallu from across the way, the dear God curses desperately. – Turks, Jason assured, would be pagans and that’s why they would be cursed. Then God heard a little girl on the ground beeping on the phone: Here is the little boy and has such a terrible stomachache. (The Knasterlein is supposed to be good for everything in Jason’s stories.) Ha, she was eating plum cake, thought the good Lord and said: But dear child, you do not have to do every little thing … Are you still talking? said the Miss at the office. Pallu turned on his head and said, “Kruzitürken, that always comes in between, always. – Yes, Miss, I’m still talking, yes, because you have probably eaten too much plum cake? – Yes, said the little boy. – Is the doctor already there? Oh, dear God, my dad is a doctor himself! Here, I believe, a great quarrel broke out between Nora, her mother and Jason over the inaccurate knowledge of the dear God, whereby, I am afraid, he interprets that God has confused this. Anyway, the doctor had been there, and God was very surprised what Knasterlein wanted from him. What to fall asleep, it said, it could not sleep. That’s what we want right now, said the good Lord and muttered: Abadra, kadrabra, maleborus, maleborus, widdewiddewitt fi-na-le! – Are you still talking? the office asked. Shh! God did, and very quietly put down the phone whereupon Knaster turned into Nora, who turned with deep, solemn obedience, pulling the blanket up to his eyes and, after a long sigh and an unwavering look at Jason, struggled to fall asleep instantly. – –

What were we talking about when eating? Right, Jason, – since he knows all the people, he also knew Aegidi, from any university – no, first there was talk of Herzbruch’s magazine, of Social Democracy and – I can not remember how it came about Anyway, Jason immediately voiced an opinion, which then became a whole speech. The Social Democrats, he said, have two mistakes, and one is the lack of education. If I, for example, continued cheerfully, read a Reichstag report, what’s the matter? on? A great lack of way of life, not with the Social Democracy alone, no, with the members of all parties quite evenly. But the Social-Democratic party is the only one whose representatives can be pushed back by this lack of education, namely the lack of education, which in any case is diligently practiced by all the other parties, and again the other parties can not be reproached for this with good conscience because they all have a very good education. So, he said, the Social Democrats would have nothing better to do and more urgent than to acquire this education, which at the same time would have to surpass all other parties in their way of life, or the opposite would offend the assertion just made and proven . That was precisely the lack of school education… Here Herzbruch laid his hand on his arm and benevolently induced him to overcome the second deficiency. Yes, that was now an abundance, he began freshly, that is, an abundance of gentleness not to be over-estimated. Three means, he said, would have the International at hand to accomplish their goals without putting into practice only one, namely, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, head-downs and all harassment as far as he was concerned, in his innate aversion to all bloodshed, he turned that remedy aside for him. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better Herzbruch put his hand on his arm, and benevolently induced him to overcome the second deficiency. Yes, that was now an abundance, he began freshly, that is, an abundance of gentleness not to be over-estimated. Three means, he said, would have the International at hand to accomplish their goals without putting into practice only one, namely, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, head-downs and all harassment as far as he was concerned, in his innate aversion to all bloodshed, he turned that remedy aside for him. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better Herzbruch put his hand on his arm, and benevolently induced him to overcome the second deficiency. Yes, that was now an abundance, he began freshly, that is, an abundance of gentleness not to be over-estimated. Three means, he said, would have the International at hand to accomplish their goals without putting into practice only one, namely, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, head-downs and all harassment as far as he was concerned, in his innate aversion to all bloodshed, he turned that remedy aside for him. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better to overcome the second defect. Yes, that was now an abundance, he began freshly, that is, an abundance of gentleness not to be over-estimated. Three means, he said, would have the International at hand to accomplish their goals without putting into practice only one, namely, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, head-downs and all harassment as far as he was concerned, in his innate aversion to all bloodshed, he turned that remedy aside for him. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better to overcome the second defect. Yes, that was now an abundance, he began freshly, that is, an abundance of gentleness not to be over-estimated. Three means, he said, would have the International at hand to accomplish their goals without putting into practice only one, namely, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, head-downs and all harassment as far as he was concerned, in his innate aversion to all bloodshed, he turned that remedy aside for him. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better He declared that the International would have at hand to accomplish its goals without putting into practice only one thing: first, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, downside and all harassment, but as far as he was concerned so turn off this remedy for his innate aversion to all bloodshed. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better He declared that the International would have at hand to accomplish its goals without putting into practice only one thing: first, the somewhat outmoded general and equal revolution, with barricades, downside and all harassment, but as far as he was concerned so turn off this remedy for his innate aversion to all bloodshed. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better so turn off this remedy for his innate aversion to all bloodshed. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better so turn off this remedy for his innate aversion to all bloodshed. The next, of course, was the general strike, against which he had little more objection than that the third means better In addition, the seemingly meek character of this human being seems to be the most appropriate … namely the passive sabotage. –

Think, he said, looking one after the other from us with persuasive eyes, think what time would come. Passive sabotage without a general strike. All workers would stay at work, and maybe even work a little overtime. Immediately the products of industry and of all kinds of goods would accumulate in the storehouses, the factories, and the silos, filling them to the brim and overflowing, and the foodstuffs would descend at astonishing prices, indeed be given away, and one might well think, that someone who wanted to buy an egg would receive a threshing machine or a merry-go-round as an encore. And now, with general unity and contentment, what silence in city and country! From the fixed clock hit no ship left the Rheede, no letter the box, no telegram the wire basket of the official, no mail carriage the carriage house, no railway train the station. On the broad, liberated streets, gleaming empty of automobiles, business bicycles, buses, and tramways, a festively dressed crowd poured out, from whose cheerful faces every trace of the old bustling and hunting disappeared along with them. Merry multitudes of post and telegraph officials, with their bright, red-striped caps, made singing parades, unfolding their beautifully embroidered guild flags, and the street-sweepers hung their brooms and rubbers on the crosses, extinguished by cheerful and patriotic songs liberated streets were filled with a festively dressed crowd, from whose cheerful faces every trace of the old bustling and hunting disappeared along with them. Merry multitudes of post and telegraph officials, with their bright, red-striped caps, made singing parades, unfolding their beautifully embroidered guild flags, and the street-sweepers hung their brooms and rubbers on the crosses, extinguished by cheerful and patriotic songs liberated streets were filled with a festively dressed crowd, from whose cheerful faces every trace of the old bustling and hunting disappeared along with them. Merry multitudes of post and telegraph officials, with their bright, red-striped caps, made singing parades, unfolding their beautifully embroidered guild flags, and the street-sweepers hung their brooms and rubbers on the crosses, extinguished by cheerful and patriotic songs Lanterns on. But what is all this against the wonderful silence outside in the countryside. Then it was easy, with the battered buttersticks torn into the last newspaper, on the indelible line of soft grassy railway embankments, where the guards were sitting in front of their little houses with a woman and a tobacco pipe, where the points soon disappeared beneath luxuriantly overgrown broom and signal-masts from the far away swung their brightly colored flags of hop-trees and flowering wisteria, while on either side of all the streets Eppich, crimson roses, bean-flowers, and creeping winds from the telegraph poles and their wires had created colored triumphal garlands, as it were overnight; By the way, on the streets where the beautiful old covered wagons have been restored, with which the peasantry led the effortless products of their soil to the city, to exchange them for a small fee, – on them seldom tell the already overgrown and mossy ruin of an Opel or Horch car of the punished vanity of its owner, without a mechanic a desperate business trip have dared to undertake. And finally, since in the meantime also the work of abundance was set on all things, now no one rushes off, as only at their desks the tireless inventors, diligently trying to develop ideas for the utilization of the superfluous, so for example a procedure out Pork made bad to make well fitting suits … ” to exchange them for a small fee – they seldom recount the already overgrown and mossy ruin of an Opel or Horch car of the punished vanity of its owner, who had ventured on a desperate business trip without a mechanic. And finally, since in the meantime also the work of abundance was set on all things, now no one rushes off, as only at their desks the tireless inventors, diligently trying to develop ideas for the utilization of the superfluous, so for example a procedure out Pork made bad to make well fitting suits … ” to exchange them for a small fee – they seldom recount the already overgrown and mossy ruin of an Opel or Horch car of the punished vanity of its owner, who had ventured on a desperate business trip without a mechanic. And finally, since in the meantime also the work of abundance was set on all things, now no one rushes off, as only at their desks the tireless inventors, diligently trying to develop ideas for the utilization of the superfluous, so for example a procedure out Pork made bad to make well fitting suits … ” who dared to undertake a desperate business trip without a mechanic. And finally, because now the work is set out abundance of all things, then now no one rushing off as only the tireless inventor diligently to develop ideas tried at their desks for the exploitation of the superfluous, so for example, a method of Pork made bad to make well fitting suits … ” who dared to undertake a desperate business trip without a mechanic. And finally, because now the work is set out abundance of all things, then now no one rushing off as only the tireless inventor diligently to develop ideas tried at their desks for the exploitation of the superfluous, so for example, a method of Pork made bad to make well fitting suits … ”

Midnight. Light-footed Renate shook the silver beat of the small clock behind her in the silent room. She turned halfway, glanced over her shoulder into the dimness of the walls and restrained furniture, and wrote further:

“I had to look around, see the silence in this gentle room, in this whole, sleeping house. Oh, well, once outside, once been far away, in the always enchanting human forest, where in the quietest glades – large spiders in the silver wheels of their nets – weaving the fate, oh, for salvation or disaster, I do not want know, because every, every, I know, is better than nothing. But do I know if my own has long since been hovering over me, embracing and binding me, if I have not already been gripped perhaps, held and – dismissed? For from the sky – we know it – from heaven no sudden flash falls, which was not sown in a small grain on earth and risen from it, and the blow that hits the head today, was taken to him,

I watch back waking and alert in the past hours. Again I sit around the round table, close together in the corner by the fireplace, see past the hanging lamp the deep and deep, strange blue of the dusk outside, which shines only in early spring, see the pale curtains gently fly up and feel them slight breaths of the wind entered. I can see our illuminated faces, the pretty, narrow, pale one of Doctor Aegidi, with small, short, and black Mustache, rarely looking up at Jason’s unstoppably babbling; to his right, the Doras, brownish, reddened, with strong eyebrows and fiery eyes, and heart-ruptured horn-rimmed glasses beside which he now and then casts an indefinite and half-absent glance at Irene or anyone else, and his massive scholarly face often and utterly freaks more often together in a concealed yawn; and there is Irene’s very rosy face, and there is the slender, exceedingly honest Georg, who seems to be alone in the matter of all, laughs and looks at Jason, while the eyes of everyone else are usually lowered to the plate. Heartbroken just out of fatigue, but everyone was glad of Jason’s phantasmagorias, and when he said nothing, they laughed a little, but then all were quiet. I could not think of anything right away, I forgot the rest, I thought that fragments of Jason’s colorful vision might be gliding and dimming in the air outside, and I no longer know whether it was I who asked him that he also mentioned the aims of Social Democracy, whether he did not wanting to give a similar speech, but he waved it off. No, that’s not what I want, he said, I have already lost the favor of Agidis, of course because of misunderstanding, since I did not so mock his party, but on the contrary, those present. – Why that? Irene asked loudly and uncomprehendingly, but he said only after a while, and after he had skinned and dissected a whole sprat, and with a nearly cold gravity at once: just always dive your evening sandwich who now asked him that he also mentioned the aims of Social Democracy earlier, whether he would like to make a similar speech, but he waved his hand. No, that’s not what I want, he said, I have already lost the favor of Agidis, of course because of misunderstanding, since I did not so mock his party, but on the contrary, those present. – Why that? Irene asked loudly and uncomprehendingly, but he said only after a while, and after he had skinned and dissected a whole sprat, and with a nearly cold gravity at once: just always dive your evening sandwich who now asked him that he also mentioned the aims of Social Democracy earlier, whether he would like to make a similar speech, but he waved his hand. No, that’s not what I want, he said, I have already lost the favor of Agidis, of course because of misunderstanding, since I did not so mock his party, but on the contrary, those present. – Why that? Irene asked loudly and uncomprehendingly, but he said only after a while, and after he had skinned and dissected a whole sprat, and with a nearly cold gravity at once: just always dive your evening sandwich Of course, out of misunderstanding, since I did not mock his party, but on the contrary, those present very gently. – Why that? Irene asked loudly and uncomprehendingly, but he said only after a while, and after he had skinned and dissected a whole sprat, and with a nearly cold gravity at once: just always dive your evening sandwich Of course, out of misunderstanding, since I did not mock his party, but on the contrary, those present very gently. – Why that? Irene asked loudly and uncomprehendingly, but he said only after a while, and after he had skinned and dissected a whole sprat, and with a nearly cold gravity at once: just always dive your evening sandwich in the tears of tartaros; There comes the day when those who will not remember you sleep under the bridges of the Thames, who give birth to their children in rotten stores, who grow up among beds of lovesickness, and who, piece by piece, of their emaciated body, between them Teeth of the machine are consumed. They will not remember that their soul shattered like a bad pot as they chatted about their purposes. –

Irene drove up in red, angry and embarrassed, with a crushed voice. One can still talk… The rest of us were silent, heartbroken grunts in agreement, and Dora and Aegidi – looked at the windows as if they were looking at each other.

But there are other things in abundance of which to talk, Jason began again, and how about, for example, with a lecture by Irene on the preference of the single bedroom before the common? Instead of the plate, as she would have liked, she threw her napkin to his head, jumped up and stammered that we were probably finished with food. – –

Now I’m a little tired. – But I do not want to stop now, before I have written the last of this evening, for as long as I write, his colors shine on me still richly; then it will become quiet and monotonous again for a long time …

Later Jason had disappeared, heartbroken with Agidi in the smoking room next door to discuss business with him, Dora down to her husband. I had lifted the overhanging cloth at the tall bird-maker of poor Esther to look under it, and Looking back, Irene sat on the black horsehair sofa under the vaults of the wide window. In her outstretched black pleated skirt, her hot, red face in her hand, her elbow on her knee, she looked so fine and lovely again that I went to her, took her face in her hands, and said, “You are so today stupid, Irene! She looked at me lost, brushed my hands away, smoothed her skirt and finally said – it sounded quite funny in her seriousness -: It’s all so symbolic … I said nothing, thought she’d start by herself, and sat me in the sofa corner. Right after a while she started.

Aegidi came in the afternoon. Half an hour earlier, when she herself had just been on the stairs, she had heard her sister-in-law come from the city and jumped into the room with a cry to frighten her, but Dora had remained quite calm because she had her you see in the mirror. – I thought that was so symbolic, – you know – I also told Dora -. You should always have such a mirror with you, – everything always hits you so terribly unprepared, – yes, I thought so, and a while later, when we had already talked about quite different things, Dora said it was much more efficient To be unprepared and yet shielded, to pull the tank together at the moment, she said, I believe. Yes, I can see the big hall, and there I saw the two. Dora was sitting, and he held her hand on the back of her chair, and so they spoke, and-well, it wassomething in their attitude, the other as – yes. You probably do not know, – they were friends, nothing else, I know it certainly from Dora, who does not lie, – they have hardly ever seen each other in life, but lived together for years in almost daily letters, and whether the goodbye, – anyway – – Irene stopped here, got up and said: One moment, before we all went up to dinner, I was alone with her. I thought it was sincere to tell her that I had seen her, and what was that? I asked. She was silent for a while, then said very seriously: I think – that was unprepared. Nothing else, and that – well enough. –

As she stood in the room, her hands folded, thoughtful and so graceful, it was again the old Irene standing outside the fence, listening to my organ and dreaming symbolic dreams. Then she sat down with me and began to tell her sister-in-law what she had heard from Otto Herzbruch about her marriage: that no one had understood why the rich, strong, beautiful girl was the sickly, strange, a little miserable What he certainly was not, on the contrary, he was filled with an unspeakable kindness, he was the most tender doctor, and many complained that he had become infected with the tuberculosis beds of his cash-desk practice. But for several years she had refused his repeated requests, after all, she had to marry, it was Time, compassion for him, and then, over time, she had grown very fond of him.

But why, Irene now asked, why do you think her life is so full of a hundred good, hardworking, precious things, a hundred things she has for herself, in which her husband has no part! – Irene named the name of a well-known doctor’s wife, who first assisted her husband with handouts, anesthetics, children’s tonsils, and the like, and who over time learned so much from him that she now took her own exams and practiced women’s practice , No woman, said she fiercely, who has reason and endeavors, needs to seek employment outside of home, and every man needs and likes to have help, especially to a woman, and especially if she is clever …

I did not say a word, tacitly waited for her to cut herself and say how much she had spoken , anti-domum , as one might say, but behold, my heart Irene did not notice the slightest – yes, how embarrassed she must be in herself! – but had gone over to Dora’s children, who in truth, in spite of popular food and song and women’s club, their deep and only happiness. –

Now my eyes are closing. A little later Dora came, too, then Irene got sleepy and I drove home. I took Ägidi with me to the city, but we talked only about literature and the like. A train in his face seemed to me – now what is that? – – – – ”

Closing her eyes and opening them again, Renate took the small one at that moment, on his narrow neck like a delicate flower the outstretched countenance of white plaster, above it on its pillar at an angle, true. Enchanted, as though she were seeing it for the first time, with loving eyes, almost painfully open mouth, she accepted, without looking back, the quill, and, without looking back, wrote irregularly over the leaf, moving her lips, wide open heart:

“But then you rise again above me, the beautiful, eternal white face of the Sun King; When my tired one wants to rest, Ech-en-Aton, my wise friend, show me yours, tirelessly turned upwards to the tireless star, which only went away to foreign peoples, did not perish to rest. Your temples and your city, which you establish for the service of the sun, have long and long disintegrated into unformed dust, but you always live, always! Inexhaustible your immortal soul glows in infinite transformations, always yearning only, ever more zealously, to the one, incessant flame of the sky, eternity costs your longingly kissing arched mouth, my eyes are attached to him, by itself the spring finds its way, your face magically changes in the deep night, does not already breathe the velvety skin, Does not she redden under the touch of the yellow rays? Immovable is your eye, stands the eye of your soul, all in flames, in full fervor, through the millennium for millennia, immovable, unbreakable, blissful, blissful, before the end. ”

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