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isn't it a name of street? what does " the spell of Unter den Linden is still strong"mean?isn't "Unter den Linden" a name of street? the context is: 【My Dear Martin: Back in Germany! How I envy you! Although I have not seen it since my school days, the spell of Unter den Linden is still strong upon me—the breadth of intellec¬tual freedom, the discussions, the music, the light- hearted comradeship. And now the old Junker spirit, the Prussian arrogance and militarism are gone. 】
2014년 3월 8일 오후 3:01
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Yes, it is the name of a street. What the author means is that the atmosphere of the area (the breadth of intellectual freedom, the discussions, the music, the light-hearted comradeship) still affects him, even though he is no longer there.
2014년 3월 8일
mayllt
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