„Don't cry, Alfred! I need all my courage to die at twenty.“

Ne pleure pas, Alfred ! J'ai besoin de tout mon courage pour mourir à vingt ans !
Quoted in: Léopold Infeld (1978) Whom the gods love: the story of Évariste Galois. p. 299.

Originale

Ne pleure pas, Alfred ! J'ai besoin de tout mon courage pour mourir à vingt ans !

Ultimo aggiornamento 22 Maggio 2020. Storia
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