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Martin Schüler

Florence Roma Muir Wilson (1891-1930)

1. Heidelberg: Chapter 01
2. Heidelberg: Chapter 02
3. Heidelberg: Chapter 03
4. Heidelberg: Chapter 04
5. Heidelberg: Chapter 05
6. Heidelberg: Chapter 06
7. Heidelberg: Chapter 07
8. Leipsic: Chapter 08
9. Leipsic: Chapter 09
10. Leipsic: Chapter 10
11. Leipsic: Chapter 11
12. Leipsic: Chapter 12
13. Leipsic: Chapter 13
14. Leipsic: Chapter 14
15. Leipsic: Chapter 15
16. Berlin: Chapter 16
17. Berlin: Chapter 17
18. Berlin: Chapter 18
19. Berlin: Chapter 19
20. Berlin: Chapter 20
21. Berlin: Chapter 21
22. Berlin: Chapter 22
23. Berlin: Chapter 23
24. Schwarzwald: Chapter 24
25. Schwarzwald: Chapter 25
26. Schwarzwald: Chapter 26
27. Schwarzwald: Chapter 27
28. Schwarzwald: Chapter 28
29. Schwarzwald: Chapter 29
30. Schwarzwald: Chapter 30
31. Schwarzwald: Chapter 31
32. Schwarzwald: Chapter 32
33. Schwarzwald: Chapter 33
34. Schwarzwald: Chapter 34
35. Schwarzwald: Chapter 35

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Summary

Romer Wilson's first novel is a study in the life of Genius, a theme that would preoccupy her throughout her life. The eponymous Martin Schüler is a young German composer of genius in the years leading up to the Great War. His great passion is to create one magnificent work that will live forever. With his passions so consumed in his art, he makes sacrifices in his human relationships, going through a series of wrenching, unequal love affairs. The novel is of interest not only for Schüler's lifelong struggle to reconcile his fleshly desires with his lust for fame, but also for the Continental setting as Europe falls toward catastrophe.