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Death in Venice a disturbed artist with a tragic vision Aschenbach was certainly an artist A very decent one He had his life planned out was very accurate and organized Perhaps even a bit boring monotonous He was a hard-working man he had that certain motus animi continuus He was seen as a genius From the beginning he wanted to become known to become famous but his life was empty He yearned for a change of pace for some action adventure and unpredictability of what might come He was afraid of breaking out yet he was also afraid of being trapped Then he goes to Venice where all will change In his hotel he sees a young boy by whom he is fascinated The young boy is the perfect image of a happy idle child that has all it desires all Aschenbach never had his childhood was rather gloom since it was spent mostly at home and indoors he didnt meet many people and he certainly never had that laisser aller attitude that the young boy so obviously possessed Aschenbach studied the child and found out that his name was Tadzio The sound of his name was almost musical Aschenbach would sit on the beach and watch him play the young child that in his point of view looked like the god Apollo Slowly but surely he became obsessed with Tadzio with his youth beauty effortlessness and his idleness Whilst being obsessed with this young boy with whom Aschenbach has no connection or relation around him disease broods The plague is sweeping over Venice unnoticed at first and denied by the Venitians They are all lying denying and acting as to make sure the tourist business will continue to thrive through this period of silent turmoil People are dying around Aschenbach while he is alive in the midst of death If he would have been wise he would have
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