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Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist? (Read 4595 times)

Offline schumaniac

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #50 on: November 08, 2015, 04:34:05 AM »
Maybe she advertised herself to Liszt, who probably wasn't interested...

Then she got all crazy and h8er.

Nice for Fifty Shades of Franz.

These books, which concern the abuse of women and cause concern for the abuse of the English language... I could write one of these for fun, just to mock that style of prose. It would be like imitating Glenn Gould's Chopin (edit: started a page!)

And Clara Schumann had eight children with Robert (at that time you must have had to be very faithful in order to do that eight times with one person [doubt they had birth control in those days]). what you say doesn't line up with ANYTHING we know about he: 1) that she (FIGURATIVELY) had a stick up her ass and 2) "wore widowers clothes for the rest of her life." She probably loved Brahms back, but couldn't bring herself to consummate the relationship

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #51 on: November 08, 2015, 07:51:06 PM »
These books, which concern the abuse of women and cause concern for the abuse of the English language... I could write one of these for fun, just to mock that style of prose. It would be like imitating Glenn Gould's Chopin (edit: started a page!)

And Clara Schumann had eight children with Robert (at that time you must have had to be very faithful in order to do that eight times with one person [doubt they had birth control in those days]). what you say doesn't line up with ANYTHING we know about he: 1) that she (FIGURATIVELY) had a stick up her ass and 2) "wore widowers clothes for the rest of her life." She probably loved Brahms back, but couldn't bring herself to consummate the relationship
Shut. up.

Theres a difference between a "historical fantasy novel" and a "biography." ::)

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #52 on: November 08, 2015, 08:03:23 PM »
Shut. up.

Theres a difference between a "historical fantasy novel" and a "biography." ::)
oh ok
so like Clara Schumann fanfiction

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #53 on: November 08, 2015, 08:10:08 PM »
oh ok
so like Clara Schumann fanfiction

no, its called "Franz Liszt fanfiction"

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #54 on: November 08, 2015, 08:10:58 PM »
no, its called "Franz Liszt fanfiction"
yeah ok

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #55 on: November 20, 2015, 03:34:50 AM »
no, its called "Franz Liszt fanfiction"

Honestly, I'm enough of a Liszt fan to read that.

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Re: Was Franz Liszt a pick-up artist?
«Reply #56 on: November 20, 2015, 04:36:46 PM »
Honestly, I'm enough of a Liszt fan to read that.

you and many others...  :)  that is why I honestly feel I am enough of a fantasy novelist to write it...  I can promise one thing--no wimpy one dimensional heroine who constantly bites her lip like in50 Shades  or...  just stands there monotonously staring with her mouth open--and get's a paper cut from wrapping paper like in Twilight...

I do like the immortal vampire type thing though... it's a very convenient way of commenting on history when you develop  a character who has lived through all of it.. :)  as a literary device it allows many possibilities