Mr Emil Zola,
Most Esteemed and honored Sir,
It is with feelings of greatest admiration for you and with great indignation art the court and jury who have so wrongfully and injustly condemned your acts that I take the liberty of addressing you. I do not jnow any praise that is great enough for your noble and masterful conduct, in the cause which you have so fearlessly taken up.
You are in the right and on the side of truth and justice. And these must prevail.
No church or creed can change truth, however much it may influence ignorant men and enslave their minds.
All true Americans sympathy is with you and your esteemed family in this dark hour. But the lining of this cloud shall not only be while as snow, but shall sparkle like diamonds with the truth, fo which you have taken this brave stand. Though these [mot illisible] late. I trust that like the last rose they will be now the less welcome.
Believe me Esteemed, Honored Sir.
Most Respectfully yours,
467 Farwell Ave,
Chicago, Ill. U. S. A.
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Citer cette pageLoroy, Edward, Lettre d'Edward Loroy à Émile Zola datée du 15 avril 1898.
Édition des lettres internationales adressées à Émile Zola.
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