A little later Brahms introduces a couple of his own compositions to the Schumanns and they are impressed by his compositional and pianistic skills. Allowing him to stay with them, Brahms lovingly cares for their children.
Robert's work on the Rhenish Symphony continues to suffers and he struggles with an addiction to the drug laudanum , on which he is soon dependent. There is further tension between him and his wife, who is expecting another child. Shortly after the successful premiere of the Rhenish Symphony, Schumann becomes acquainted with Dr. Richartz who offers him help with his health problems.
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Schumann sees the talented Brahms as his successor, but Brahms leaves the Schumann household when he realizes that he feels more than just friendship for Clara. Additionally the Schumanns are troubled with financial problems. Robert tries in vain to take his own life, by jumping into the River Rhine , but accepts the offer of Dr. Richartz to be a patient at his sanatorium at Endenich in Bonn.
Brahms returns to help Clara to care for children. The two tour together to raise money for the family, while Robert is a patient at the Institute. It feels like an early study made before making a painting - there are hints of something interesting going on but it's mostly about how a still sketchy structure fits with the author's awesome!
She brings characters in and dispatches as they have done their thing to drive the story forward. Which could be interesting, but doesn't really feel convincing as it is.
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Her characters are often isolated and withdrawn, but show sparks of fervor and urgency. Through the power of language, Hebert uses landscape as imagery to denote the inner states of the characters. The story is short and simple but conveys many meanings.
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Clara Tschudi was a Norwegian writer. She is best known for her biographies of contemporary and historical women.
This is a continuation of her popular biography detailing Marie Antoinette's youth. Both volumes detail her life during the french revolution. Condition: Very good.
Light shelfwear. Slight sunning.
Offsetting to the first and last few pages. Occasional spot. Ink and pencil inscription as well as stamp to the front blank of each volume for Ralph Oppenheim.