Sunday, July 5, 2009


Robert Haas, from the WSJ, 06/27/09:

In his 1980 Nobel acceptance speech, [Czeslaw] Milosz said something similar: "Those who are alive receive a mandate from those who are silent forever. They can fulfill their duties only by trying to reconstruct precisely things as they were, and by wresting the past from fictions and legends."

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