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Gustav Sonata - Ludwig – Tea Dance Summary & Analysis

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“Ludwig” takes place in 1951. Emilie contracted pneumonia and their concierge, Frau Krams, called an ambulance and took Emilie to the hospital. Gustav was left alone with Frau Kram’s adult son Ludwig, who collected junk that the building’s residents had thrown away. Ludwig had Gustav’s toy train and said he could have it back if Gustav would stroke Ludwig’s penis. Frau Kram returned to the apartment and Gustav ran from Ludwig’s room. Frau Kram told him that Emilie would be in hospital for a while and that Gustav could stay with them, but Gustav refused.

“Solo” continues in 1951. Gustav visited Emilie in hospital but she was asleep. He left a note falsely claiming that the Zwiebels were taking care of him.

“Pharma” continues in 1951.Gustav lived alone in the apartment and survived on his school lunch and food...

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