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The photographs went
Now we’re feeling quite well. Teddy
also had the flu. We’re going to have to move out by April 1st but I don’t quite know
where we’ll end up; I’ll write you when I
We’re excited about this summer,
at the
Hopefully we can somehow play music together then, as well. I, for
inst., played the Tartini sonata in G
and am very keen on hearing it played
nicely for once. I’m also tackling something completely new. I’m learning to
dance; imagine that! The modern things are more Negro [Neger]—than dancing,
but there’s no harm in that. You asked about 4,000 marks: they’re from Dresdener
Bank, as refund for the year
Recently, I’ve been playing piano quite a lot,
I accompany Prof. von
and Miss
for instance, too. The
double bass is flourishing as well; we played in two concerts
It’s a pity that nothing came of that light
What are they doing
with the gyroscopes, by the way? Did they finish the suspension mechanism
already or
How did the ice box and its competitor turn
We’re notic-
ing that we’re heading for the Matura finals now, all right; there’s a sense of wrap-
ping up our studies.
Many greetings from,
50. From Eduard Einstein
[Zurich, between 12 February and 4 March
Dear Papa,
I’m better again now and can go back to
I’m very excited about the
summer as well. If we can play music then, I can do a bit of accompaniment, too.
I can already play a piece by Corelli and a couple of gavottes.
Many greetings from
51. To Madeleine Rolland[1]
Berlin, 15 February 1922
Esteemed Madam,
I surely do not need to tell you how highly I value the cause in which you have
placed your service, and how very pleased I am to receive an invitation from you
to your meeting in upper
If I am unable to accept this invitation it is not for
lack of interest or the courage to profess it, but for the following reason: ever since
my theories received such an astonishing degree of popularity, I am being invited
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