Quotation by Stefan Zweig

(Heinrich von) Kleist would not be a Prussian if his first thought would not have been orderliness ... and he would not be a German if he had not placed all his hopes of developing this inner orderliness into education. Education is the secret of life for him as for every German: studying, learning a lot from books, sitting in lectures, keeping notebooks, listening intently to professors....
Stefan Zweig (18811942), Austrian writer. Der Kampf mit dem Daemon (The Struggle with the Demon), p. 180, trans. by Marion Sonnenfeld, Insel Verlag (1929).
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