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La Ronde (play) – Wikipedia
A monologue from the play by Arthur Schnitzler. So I did go home with the woman after all. God, the things that can happen to a man of my age.
I haven’t the faintest idea, did they carry me up here, I wonder?
I remember arthhur — I came into the room. I was still awake then, or had just waked up. I did see it all yesterday.
Reigen: Zehn Dialoge by Arthur Schnitzler
I felt it coming. When I began drinking yesterday I felt that. Oh well, the whole point is that I was good and drunk. If only I knew from when on.
I do schnihzler perfectly well going into that dive with Louis. Yes, that’s right, I was riding in my car with Louis. What’s the use of racking my brains over it, anyway.
The main thing is to get out. I don’t remember a damn thing — but I’ll leave some money on the night-table. Louis would probably say I was philosophizing again, but it’s perfectly true. Sleep seems to be a leveler too–like its venerable brother, Death.
Hm, I’d just like to know whether. It’s incredible how all women look alike sometimes.
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