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devote herself, heart and mind, to an artist's work. She talked of `going into literature as one goes into religion'. One evening as a result of a breakdown of the car which obliged the chauffeur to go back for repairs, we remained alone for an hour in the forest. The air was mild and caressing, the rays of the moon through the trees lighted the path we were following; the earth, covered with pine needJ' ,, moss and dry leaves, was springy beneath our feet. The simple beauty of sleeping nature put an end to our resistance. I dared say to' her that I loved her. But I did not know how to reconcile this feeling which was young, ardent and new with a past whose funereal shadows still completely enveloped me.
The following winter in Paris I saw Simone almost every day. Together we went to the theatre and to concerts. Ardent admirer of Wagner that she was, she determined to make me love and understand him. In this she succeeded all the more easily because I myself was trying earnestly to understand her, and her Wagnerian reveries illuminated her character, which was far more that of Brunnhilde than of Isolde. She believed in the superhuman power of Parsifal because he was chaste; she felt a horror of the Magic Maidens, a physical horror that was almost hatred.
`Woe unto them through whom the offence cometh,' she would say when I reproached her for her extreme severity toward other women.
The music brought us together. Simone found in Wagner the symbol and perhaps the solution of her problems. And I, in turn, discovered profound lessons for the writer. The themes that illuminated and rendered intelligible that enormous cataract of sound seemed to me also appropriate to light up and arrange the confused masses of fact in a biography or history. In Siegfried's Funeral March, in the conclusion of the Twilight of the Gods, I saw the inimitable model of what the end of a great book should be. I endeavoured to explain this to my beautiful concert companion and I led her by the paths of music to understand what in my eyes was the art of writing.
There was another bond which united us closely: that of work. She had told me at Essendieras that her father had had her learn typewriting and that nothing would interest her more than to copy manuscripts for me. I had not taken her offer seriously. Nevertheless, as she continually talked about it, I gave her the manuscript of the beginning of Bernard Quesnay. I was stupefied when, after a period that wa:, so short she must

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