Zweig on Memory

“The more I endeavored to grasp this lost memory, the more obstinately did it elude me; a sort of jellyfish glistening in the abysses of consciousness, slippery and unseizable. Vainly did I scrutinize every object within the range of vision.”

1929 Vienna. From Stefan Zweig’s “Buchmendel”

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