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Peter Goldsworthy's Maestro
This essay is about how the two characters in the novel - Paul Crabbe and Eduard Keller - do not achieve what they had hoped for in life, but gain the knowledge of what love is and share it in their student-teacher relationship.
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In Peter Goldsworthy’s novel, ‘Maestro’, Paul Crabbe and Eduard Keller both expect more from life then they achieve. With the novel set in the tropics of Darwin, the ...
... Maestro may be perceived as a novel of disappointment and loss, and I agree with this. But look at what both these characters gained from their relationship… This is neither a disappointment nor a loss.
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