„If I die in Atlanta my work shall then only begin, but I shall live, in the physical or spiritual to see the day of Africa’s glory.“

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„I shall die … as I have lived, rationalist, socialist, pacifist, and humanitarian.“

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to shadows.“

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„The trumpet shall be heard on high,
The dead shall live, the living die,
And musick shall untune the Sky.“

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„Die, my dear doctor! That's the last thing I shall do!“

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