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读书笔记 chapter III
“Don’t show this letter to my angel-brother because he is not only an angel but also a judge, a harsh judge.”

“Despite this, I would never have risked upsetting your relations with him without having first received your approval. And so you tell me you would prefer that nothing be asked of him. Rest assured, your wish is an order; I will never ask anything of him.... I don’t spurn honorary titles, but I can live without them. The work, that’s what needs to be done: whether the rest comes or doesn’t is secondary.”
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