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Hollywood: Vedanta Press, Writing in secret, while constantly re-writing a secret, takes a mental and physical toll. Her love founders without writing and suffers from it at the same time, and thus the letters vacillate between the frustration of not being able to write and the inexplicably tortuous joy of doing so.

The stress is broadly legible on many of Gontard's handwritten pages, where the elegant script suddenly takes on an alarming slant, where full ellipses shrink to a narrow glare, where ink smears untidily and paper is folded in careless haste. Frustrated at every turn, once even by a bee sting on her writing hand, she comes to realize that undisturbed moments are rare, and that therefore she must write while she can, even when she does not know what to say.

Even when words fail, her writing does not stop; long series of dashes, sometimes three or four in a row, finish line after line, so that her reader might see not only the words she did write but also the empty spaces where words proved elusive. Da habe ich Dir vie! Worte machen mussen, und hatte Dir doch gerne so vie! Du sie.