Sudden realisation of tragiC situation of Mendelssohn

Who can this person be?

1 January 1869, somewhere in striking distane of Lucerne, turned 31 the previous Christmas, has dedicated self to share burdens of life with a Friend, addresses two children abandoned for that Friend’s sake…

Yes, it is

[If you look Closely, that Copy has an intrigueing provenanCe – I bought it as a disCard from the Con library [sorry about the paste around a reCalCitrant “C” key, inCidentally]].

But back to our diarist’s New Year’s Day [for a more legible pdf version click here]:

It’s the point about half way down the 2nd page where things start to get a little bit spooky as the inner demon is demonized.

Making a fair copy of the second act of Siegfried and completing his essay on the Jews, indeed.

One Response to “Sudden realisation of tragiC situation of Mendelssohn”

  1. The situation of Mendelssohn | Stumbling on melons Says:

    […] thought it tragic. He certainly had a fucking […]

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