Life and Fate

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Life and Fate (1959) by Vasily Grossman

  • The more difficult a man's life had been before the camp, the more furiously he lied. This lie had no practical purpose; it served simply to glorify freedom. How could a man be unhappy outside the camp?
    • Chapter 2, page 5
  • National Socialism had created a new type of political criminals: criminals who had not committed a crime.
    • Chapter 2, page 5

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