He decides that he must see the Fribourg woman again.

He hardly knows her, she could be manipulative, and her movements hint at volatility, but that way her face softens when she smiles . . .

He goes to her house in Fribourg, sits on the couch with her. They make love, loudly and with passion. She persuiades him to move to Fribourg. He burns with love for her. She threatens to leave him, but she does not leave him. He lives for her, and he is happy with his anguish.


He decides not to visit her again.

He also decides that he must see her again.