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Created on 2009-04-13 03:58:01 (#50742), last updated 2017-08-13 (6 weeks ago)

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"She was always on the run and had always seen people for what they really were, as a slow-witted, stupid, thoughtless mass that one simply has to break with. Like me, she had early in life discovered the entrance to hell, and entered this hell even though there was a danger of perishing in this hell at a very early age. People are trying to decide whether her death was an accident or whether it was suicide. Those who believe in the poet's suicide keep saying that she was broken by herself, whereas in reality and in the nature of things she was broken by her environment and, at bottom, by the meanness of her homeland, which persecuted her at every turn even when she was abroad, just as it does so many others."

--"In Rome," The Voice Imitator, Thomas Bernhard (1978, trans. Northcott, 1997)
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