The Case of Roman Dmowski (Beginnings: 1886–1905)
Chapter Four: In The Face of A Crisis of Civilization
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Chapter Four In The Face of A Crisis of Civilization
Poor, a thousand times poor, mankind! How many terrible dramas lie hidden in those pubs, in the lives of those girls, who know nothing, love nothing and live any old how and any old way. How do we destroy this dung of civilization? What should we do?
S. Żeromski, Dzienniki, vol. 3: 1888–1891, Warsaw 29 IV 1888
Now I am Zarathustra – the analogy with Christ I leave to master Wincenty – I talk to no-one, I just think, think and write.
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