The theater-going Telemann hardly has an alcohol problem and has little love for Germany. His wife, however, has very thick glasses and a love of everything German. They are on vacation with their three children in Mixing Part, south of Munich, at the foot of the Alps in the middle of the Nazi belt. And there is nothing more to be said about that. Well, yes, there is: Telemann is in love with an English woman he has never met. But he pretends that he isn’t. Pretends and pretends.
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