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fill them with animosity toward me, less for my sake than for the children’s, whose
moods are dampened by it.
In your reply please also write me what’s wrong with my little
I’m par-
ticularly fondly attached to him; he was still so sweet to me and innocent.
Do answer soon, your truly grateful
A. Einstein.
Vol. 8, 122a. To Heinrich Zangger
[Eisenach, 24 September 1915]
Dear friend Zangger,
See over there the man of strong conviction, who always knew what he wanted
and what he should do, the happy
I just saw his small work room, that pic-
turesquely overlooks the countryside. It was the last stop on the romantic trip
Best regards! Your
Vol. 8, 124a. To Heinrich Zangger
[Berlin, 4 October 1915]
Dear friend Zangger,
I wrote to my Albert in detail. I want to arrange somehow that he stay with me
here in my apartment for a whole month each year. Only then can he be relieved of
all that pressure.[1] During that time I will devote myself to him to a large degree.
I do remember the fact that an American wrote me. Unfortunately I forgot to re-
ply to him. I don’t even remember what he wanted from me. What can be done?
Did you receive the very interesting printed piece I sent to you, I wonder? Probably
not. It was a very conciliatory manifesto that I would gladly not begrudge Romain
R.; the best people in the country sig[ned].[2] Recently I visited Planck.[3] Such a
sincere affection between coworkers in science as between us is rare indeed. How
is your book doing?[4] When are you coming? 8 days ago I was with Stodola. He
made a wonderful invention.[5]
Cordial regards from your
P. S. If my wife wants something in writing, I would file for a divorce at court.
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