Trug und Schein: A Correspondence

The Letters

PHS Students Reactions to “Love…”

[Bb 190327 PHS Stu­dents Reac­tions to “Love…”] In March 2019, high school stu­dents from the Pem­bro­ke Hill School par­ti­ci­pa­ted in a beta test of Unit 1 of our new T&S Cur­ri­cu­lum. Histo­ry tea­cher Ms. Jea­net­te L. Jones asked her stu­dents to read the intro­duc­tion and first sce­ne of the his­to­ri­cal dra­ma “Love in the Age […]

Bergerson, Inscribing Yourself

[User Post: BB220118] Andrew Stuart Ber­ger­son, Kan­sas City A First Arti­cle about Hil­de and Roland The arti­cle demons­tra­tes how Hil­de and Roland use their cor­re­spon­dence to “inscri­be them­sel­ves” into a Nazi future during their courtship from 1938 to 1940, buil­ding a rela­ti­ons­hip of trust bet­ween them­sel­ves by lin­king it to a rela­ti­ons­hip of trust with […]

An Historical Drama about Hilde and Roland in Englisch

Love in the Age of Hit­ler: A Courtship in Let­ters, 1938–1940 An his­to­ri­cal dra­ma by K. Scott Baker, Andrew Stuart Ber­ger­son, and Debo­rah Par­ker. The let­ters of Hil­de and Roland lend them­sel­ves to adap­t­ati­on as an his­to­ri­cal dra­ma for many rea­sons. The­re is dra­ma in their self-pre­­sen­­ta­­ti­on as let­ter wri­ters, in the chal­len­ges they face at buil­ding their rela­ti­ons­hip, and in their strug­gles to […]

12. September 1938

[380912–2–1] O., on Sep­tem­ber 12, 1938 Dear Mr. [Nord­hoff]! I wan­ted to wri­te you yes­ter­day, but my girlfriend’s visit kept me from it. I was a litt­le annoy­ed by it, espe­cial­ly sin­ce my par­ents were visi­t­ing grand­mo­ther yes­ter­day — I would have been plea­s­ant­ly alo­ne and undis­tur­bed. Some­ti­mes I am envious of your soli­tu­de. I […]

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