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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

 

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words today…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Others are moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

 

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extraordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

 

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that it's Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it is Antonie Brentano. So the controversy continues.”

 

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survived from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

 

"Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life. He was epileptic and prone to seizures. Josephine Brunsvik had a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that’s curious is in that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mentioned. But there is something about this that suggests that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.

 

epileptic

adj.

癫痫的, 癫痫性的

n.

癫痫患者

 

seizure

a sudden condition in which someone cannot control the movements of their body, which continues for a short time
 
He had an epileptic seizure .

 

 

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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Taplake from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.
“My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words can…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Other a moment when I feel the speech amounts to nothing at all. When still in bed, my thought go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never judge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”
We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of the extrordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.
“A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the ever immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that is just Brisvic, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it’s Antony Brytano. so the controversy continues.”
Antony Brytano, a married woman with four children is wthin the right places and right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carol’s bed, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Yosovina Brisvic. The letters which survive from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.
“Interestingly, both the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children, and we know that this could be quite interesting. Antony’s child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life, who….. Brisvic has a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One other thing that is curious is that one of the conversation books which is from the last decade of Beethoven, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mention. But ther is something about this that suggest that Beethoven thought that he had a child. That is some point. So here is a mystery sort of waiting to be uncovered.

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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague. And over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

"My angel, my all, my very self- Only a few words today…Can our love endure except through sacrifices, through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I'm not wholly thine? Oh, God! My heart is full of so many things to say to you. Ah, there are moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my Immortal Beloved. Oh, continue to love me. Never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved. Ever thine. Ever mine. Ever ours."

We know her only as the Immortal Beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extraordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the Immortal Beloved letter to everyone's satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that is Josephine Brunsvik. And in the United States and England, people tend to believe it's Antonie Brentano. So the controversy continues."

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad. So she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though, the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survive from her earlier relationship with Beethoven match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the Immortal Beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the Immortal Beloved letter was written. And so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven's child. And since Beethoven didn't have any children that we know about, this could be quite interesting. Antonie's child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life, who was up and left to promptness seizures. Josephine Brunsvik had a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical. And in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that's curious is that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people will know that it's yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mention. But there is something about this that suggest that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.
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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Taplake from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words can…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Other a moment when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thought go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of the extrordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that is just Brisvic, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it’s Antony Brytano. so the controversy continues.”

Antony Brytano, a married woman with four children was in the right places and right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carol’s bed, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Yosovina Brisvic. The letters which survive from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

"Interestingly, both the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antony’s child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life, who was up to left a promt seizures.. Brisvic has a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One other thing that is curious is that one of the conversation books which is from the last decade of Beethoven's site, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mention. But ther is something about this that suggest that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery sort of waiting to be uncovered.
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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words can…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Other a moment when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thought go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extrordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that is Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it’s Antonie Brentano. so the controversy continues.”

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places and right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survive from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

"Interestingly, both the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life, who was epileptic , confronted to seizures Josephine Brunsvik has a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One other thing that is curious is that one of the conversation books which is from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mention. But there is something about this that suggest that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.


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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words can…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Other are moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extrordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that it's Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it’s Antonie Brentano. so the controversy continues.”

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survived from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

"Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned up to be a boy, who had a very tragic life. He was epileptic compounded seizures. Josephine Brunsvik has a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that is curious is that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mentioned. But there is something about this that suggested that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.
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On July 5th 1812,Beethoven arrived in Teplates from Plage,and over 3 days,wrote a passionate love letter.
"My angel,my all,my very self"
Only a few words endured.
"Can I love and endure except through sacrifices through not demanding everything.Can you change the fact that you are not wholy mine,I am not wholy thee?Oh My god"
"My heart is full of so many things to save you.Other the moments when I feel the speech among them nothing at all"
"I'm still in bed,my thoughts go out to you,my immortal beloved.Oh,continue to love me"." Never was to judge the faithful heart of yours beloved"
"ever mine,ever mine,ever ours"
We know her only as the immortal beloved,he never named the woman of the heart of his extraordinary passion,or identity,remains on mystery.
Lot of people question whether there will ever going to be enough evidence to settle "The immortal beloved" letter to everyone's satisfaction.In Germany,and on the continent,people tend to believe that it's Justin Bringsbag.And in States,in England,people tend to believe it's Anthony Brantatal.So,the controversy continues.
Anthony Brantatal,a married woman with 4 children,was in the right places of right times.For example,she was in Plage with her huzband just before the letter was written.And then she went to Carlesbag.So she fits the clues found in the letter.Emotionally though the evidence Beethoven's old love.Uesephia Bringsbag,the letter which survived from her early relationship with Beethoven match the 1812 letter in passion,vocabulary,and style.
Intestingly,both of the women that can tell as the mortal beloved have children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written.And so there is this possibility that one of these two children could be Beethoven's child.And since Beethoven didn't have any children that we know about,this should be quite intesting.Anthony's,ah,child turned out to be a boy who had a very tragecal life who was apolatical and podeous surgery...Bringsbag had a daughter,she turned out to be explicitly musical.And in fact,she made her living as a piano teacher.
One of the things that's curious is that one of these conversation books which were found from the last decade of Beethoven.There was a statement,it says:"If you talk about the child so much,people would know that it's yours."And unfortunetely there was no gender of the child mentioned.But there was something about it,it said:"Suggest that Beethoven thought that he had a child,he is soXXX.So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.
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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words can…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Other are moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extrordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that it's Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it’s Antonie Brentano. So the controversy continues.”

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survived from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

"Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned up to be a boy, who had a very tragic life. He was epileptic compounded seizures. Josephine Brunsvik has a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that is curious is that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mentioned. But there is something about this that suggested that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered."
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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words can…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Others are moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this ext
raordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that it's Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it is Antonie Brentano.
So the controversy continues.”

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survived from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

"Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned
out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life. He was epileptic compound/ seizures. Josephine Brunsvik had a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that is curious is that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mentioned. But there is something about this that suggested that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.

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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague, and over three days wrote a passionate love letter.

 

"My angel, my all, my very self, only a few words today…Can our love endure except through sacrifices? Through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I’m not wholly thine? Oh, God!...my heart is full of so many things to say to you. Others are moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Though still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my immortal beloved. Oh, continue to love me, never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.”

 

We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extraordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery.

 

"A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction. In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that it's Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it is Antonie Brentano. So the controversy continues.”

 

Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survived from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style.

 

"Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life. He was epileptic and prone to seizures. Josephine Brunsvik had a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that is curious is in that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mentioned. But there is something about this that suggests that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery here sort of waiting to be uncovered.

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On July 5th, 1812, Beethoven arrived in Teplitz from Prague.And over three days wrote a passionate love letter. "My angel, my all, my very self ...Only a few words today...Can our love endure except through sacrifices, through not demanding everything? Can you change the fact that you are not wholly mine? I'm not wholly**?Oh, God! My heart is full of so many things to say to you.Are the moments when I feel that speech amounts to nothing at all. Still in bed, my thoughts go out to you, my Immortal Beloved. Oh, continue to love me.never misjudge the most faithful heart of your beloved, ever thine, ever mine, ever ours.” We know her only as the immortal beloved. He never named the woman of the heart of this extraordinary passion. Her identity remains a mystery. "A lot of people question whether there is ever going to be enough evidence to settle the immortal beloved letter to everyone’s satisfaction.In Germany and on the Continent, people tend to believe that it's Josephine Brunsvik, and in the United States and England, people tend to believe it is Antonie Brentano. So the controversy continues.” Antonie Brentano, a married woman with four children was in the right places at the right times. For example, she was in Prague with her husband just before the letter was written. And then she went to Carlsbad, so she fits the clues found in the letter. Emotionally though the evidence favors an old love, Josephine Brunsvik. The letters which survived from her earlier relationship with Beethoven, match the 1812 letter in passion, vocabulary and style. "Interestingly, both of the women that are candidates for the immortal beloved had children 9 months or 8 months after the immortal beloved letter was written, and so there is this possibility that one of these two children could have been Beethoven’s child. And since Beethoven didn’t have any children that we know about this would be quite interesting. Antonie’s child turned out to be a boy, who had a very tragic life. He was epileptic and prone to seizures.Josephine Brunsvik had a daughter, and she turned out to be exquisitely musical, and in fact she made her living as a piano teacher. One of the things that’s curious is in that one of the conversation books which are from the last decade of Beethoven's life, there is a statement that says: If you talk about the child so much, people would know that it’s yours. And unfortunately there is no gender of the child mentioned. But there is something about this that suggests that Beethoven thought that he had a child at some point. So there is a mystery who are thought of waiting to be uncovered.
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