september 1894

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  • The New Storm and Stress in Germany

    “The ideals of the inner life are once more beginning to assert themselves, and it is clear that there is going to be once more a German literature.”

  • Tante Cat’rinette

    “It would be difficult, perhaps unsatisfying, to explain why Tante Cat’rinette, on that particular morning, when a vision of the rising day broke suddenly upon her, should have believed that she stood in face of a heavenly revelation. But why not, after all?”

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