Arensky is now quite recovered, although I find him somewhat depressed and agitated.
Arensky is a man of remarkable gifts, but morbidly nervous and lacking in firmness—altogether a strange man.
At the same time his teachers in theory and composition were Taneieff and Arensky.
Arensky has written an opera, which Jurgenson has published.
Thereby you will make your deeply devoted pupil (Arensky) very happy.