The Seducer's Diary - August II Summary & Analysis

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August II Summary and Analysis

The entry continues with Johannes noting that Cordelia's aunt through a party the previous evening. In her knitting, Johannes has placed a note expressing his love for her. He notes that erotic love has its own 'dialectic.' He sees Cordelia everywhere he looks; everything reminds him of her. He also thinks erotic love has gradations and that Cordelia is making progress in this regard. At the present time, however, he sees her passion as naïve. He is eager to help it mature such that she will find her freedom in their love. Then he will break the engagement, re-rally her passion, and own her forever.

Johannes discusses visiting the park in the summer along with the house servants; he also goes to Frederiksberg Gardens, which he prefers. He enjoys viewing the scenery, seeing beauty there. He describes...

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