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By Daniel Glattauer

Readers of Love Virtually begged to understand extra: may well Emmi and Leo ever party? once more Daniel Glattauer takes us up and down via stormy waters, and offers an exhilarating sequel.

Love Virtually ends as Leo leaves Austria for the US. He and Emmi have nonetheless no longer met, however the depth in their correspondence has been threatening Emmi's marriage. yet shouldn't those unconventional enthusiasts receive one other chance?

When Leo returns from Boston and progressively resumes his electronic mail touch with Emmi. yet he has plans to quiet down with Pamela, the lady he met in the USA. Emmi and Leo meet ultimately in individual, in an try and draw a line lower than their dating, yet they can't cease writing to one another. whilst Pamela learns of Leo's mystery and weird liaison, she returns to the us, and Emmi's marriage to Bernhard is proven to its limits...

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28 Shakespeare mentions a curious weapon, a 'staff with a sand-bag fastened to if, but no armour. The treason-duel of chivahy, usually on horseback, was never fought without a sword and spear. Shakespeare's weapon, in fact, is closer to the weapon of the duelof-law, the baton. 'o He quotes Samuel Butler's Hudibras in support - 'Engaged with money-bags, as bold I As men with sand-bags did of old' - and suggests a comparison with the fool's baton and bladder. C. Hart recounts in his edition of 1909, where, however, he shows no certainty as to what the weapon actually wasY The weapons are in fact combat flails, as distinct from the metal military flail or the agricultural wooden variety.

In the arguments of the Temple Garden Somerset throws at Richard his father, the Earl of Cambridge's execution for treason under Henry V in 1415. 2 (see the discussion below, pp. 91) where he follows Holinshed in confining the politics to treasonous subornation by a foreign enemy. In 1 Hmry VI the political argument is much more involved, as we hear in the next scene when Mortimer indicates the Yorkist claim on the crown. 96-7). Richard's argument is ambiguous, questionbegging and possibly treasonous in itself.

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