Heidelberg’s “Old Bridge”: A Romantic View Just Around the Riverbend

Bridges symbolize a plethora of ideas in literature, from connecting one entity to another seemingly separate one, and finally rising above things simply flowing "under the bridge."  They also denote isolation from life, as all forms of life, from humans to plants, require water to survive.  But, enough of philosophical talk (I was just trying … Continue reading Heidelberg’s “Old Bridge”: A Romantic View Just Around the Riverbend