I Will Bear Witness: A Diary of the Nazi Years, 1933-1941 - '1937' Summary & Analysis

Victor Klemperer
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The entries for 1937 aggregate forty pages and thirty-eight entries, a volume low, including: one for December; two for February, March, and November; three for April, June, July, and October; four for May and August; five for January; and six for September.

The cost of maintaining and repairing the car continues to consume Klemperer's attention throughout 1937. Even as he discusses the uninteresting technical process of driving, however, he becomes a better driver. By mid-year, he and Eva are taking long country drives for pleasure, rather than in an agony of worry. To mitigate the high cost of maintenance, Eva often serves as an amateur mechanic. As usual, Klemperer's other consuming worry is money—he considers stopping smoking to save money but disregards it as unworkable. He nevertheless notes the he is far better off, financially, than many. Occasional unexpected gifts from Georg help...

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