„This I want to believe implicitly: Man was born for love and revolution.“

—  Osamu Dazai, livro The Setting Sun

Fonte: The Setting Sun

Última atualização 8 de Outubro de 2021. História
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1909 - 1948

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I believe in the Blessed Trinity of Father, Mother and Child.
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