|David Herbert Lawrence & Frieda Weekley, geborene von
Richthofen, in Glashütte 1912
|"At about eight o'clock they came to a
village of about four houses. At the first house - it was fairly large, and all
lined with wood - they asked for coffee."
"Oh a good, deep down bed, with down bolsters deep above one! Tired, inflamed with hay and cold, they slept in their separate beds, glad to be apart. In extremity, one is alone. We are born single and we die single. All the better for all of us." - D.H.Lawrence. Mr Noon. London: Penguin 1996, Page 246
|Gasthof Glashütte im Winter|