„I sped through heaven and saw god at work. I suffered holy pains. I dropped all my defences and was afraid of nothing in the world. I accepted all things and to all things I gave up my heart.“

—  Hermann Hesse, libro Il lupo della steppa

Origine: Steppenwolf (1927), p. 30

Ultimo aggiornamento 04 Giugno 2020. Storia
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scrittore, poeta e aforista tedesco 1877 - 1962

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