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Lettre d'Henry M. Jewett à Émile Zola datée du 25 janvier 1898

Auteur(s) : Jewett, Henry M.


Texte de la lettreH. M. JEWETT,
The Everett Republican
Everette, Mass.

À la main :
Jan 25/98
You are the bravest man in a nation renowned for its bravery. Physical courage shown in battles, révolutions, in the fierce enthusiasm by bodily conflict, is as nothing compared to the stand you take in face of a delirium of madness of your own people in defense of a fellowman whom you believe has been cruelly wronged.
Not for myself alone, but because I believe my sentiments represent those of thousands of other Americans, I beg leave to tender you not more the homage due you as an author than the appreciation we have of your matchless courage, in demanding the Right men a whole populace seems intent, in momentary madness, to perpetuate a Wrong.
I am, Sir,
Your obedient servant,

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