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“Before our educational system can furnish us the help that it should, the Humanist must learn … to abandon his faith in the mechanical and quantitative methods which belong to science, and to set about the task of reinstating the past in the present.”
“The blasted hillsides smoking under the continual rain of death. Countless fresh shell-holes all around us. The graves reopened.”