Quotations by Alfred Doblin
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Born: Saturday, August 10, 1878
Died: Wednesday, June 26, 1957 (78 years old)
And if you ask again whether there is any justice in the world, you'll have to be satisfied with the reply: Not for the time being; at any rate, not up to this Friday.
(Keywords: Time, Being, Justice, World)
But the main things about a man are his eyes and his feet. He should be able to see the world and go after it.
(Keywords: Eyes, Feet, Man, World)
Much unhappiness comes from walking alone. When there are several, it's somewhat different. I must get into the habit of listening to others, for what the others say concerns me, too.
(Keywords: Habit, Listening, Unhappiness, Walking)
The cities are the principal home and seat of the human group. They are the coral colony for Man, the collective being.
(Keywords: Home, Being, Cities, Man)