The Fall Quotes

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"A single sentence will suffice for modern man: he fornicated and read the papers" (Chapter 1, p.6).

"Slavery? - certainly not, we are against it! That we should be forced to establish it at home or in our factories - well, that's natural; but boasting about it, that's the limit!" (Chapter 3, p.44).

"Power, on the other hand, settles everything" (Chapter 3, p.45).

"Taken by surprise, addressed from both sides, I had mixed everything up... In short, I had collapsed in public" (Chapter 3, p.53).

"But to be happy it is essential not to be too concerned with others" (Chapter 4, p.80).

"...compliments became more and more unbearable to me. It seemed to me that the falsehood increased with them so inordinately that never again could I put myself right" (Chapter 4, p.91).

"When all is said and done, that's really what I am...an empty prophet for shabby times" (Chapter 5, p.117).

"I pity without...

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