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464. To Elsa and Margot Einstein
Buenos Aires [26 March
My Dears,
Yesterday, after the steamboat got stuck, arrival, in the best of health, in Buenos
Aires in a great hullabaloo. I am living in Mr.
1848). By the time you get this little note, I’ll already be in Montevideo or Rio,
from where I’ll later, on May 12, be traveling back toward Hamburg. I am with a
very likable family and am protected against all impositions. The schedule is im-
mensely packed, but I feel strong and indifferent toward people. For, what I’m do-
ing here is probably not much more than a comedy. Buenos [Aires] is a barren city
from the point of view of romanticism and intellectuality. But I am enchanted with
Some fellows are waiting for me again. I hope you are as healthy as I and have
smaller paunches. Heartfelt greetings to you, the
and friends from
I’ll probably hardly be able to write any picture postcards despite the fine addresses
I have here. I briefly saw Dr. Silvamello in Rio, tell Ehrmann
On my return
to Rio, where I’ll be staying for 6 days, I shall see more of him. Also greet
Katzenstein and my dear old
465. Planned Introductory Lecture at the University of
Buenos Aires
[before 27 March 1925]
[See Documentary edition for English text.]
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