<p style='text-align: justify;'>Minna Simon writes her son Heinrich a very stern letter, expressing her anger over his decision to stay longer than she permitted with his aunt Louise Bock. She is also concerned about an unexpectedly high shoemaker’s bill and tries to instill a sense of guilt for his extravagance. Julie’s brief note to her brother conveys the pressure she feels about the amount of preparation she still has to do for her confirmation.</p>
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