Grace and damnation became a mystery of the human heart, for which no priest can offer relief nor any encyclical simplify the path. When human beings take the place of God they fear no one, and they are sure that they are in the right whatever they do.
His analysis of these poets are very different and very much revealing. Later he also analyses the Communist regime in Poland and the atrocities done in the name of State. Moreover he expresses his opinions by analysing some important literary figures such as T.
They are relatively simple and direct. Milosz says in this section. I pick it up and read the dedication: Later he developed them in an intellectual way giving less vent to emotions.
Next comes the optimist and Protestant Nietzsche, summoning man to total liberation from the chains of "slave morality," inciting to a transformation of civilization in the spirit of power and health, but not truth, and pronouncing the slogan "Let truth die, let life triumph!
Here he states that the place of someone Divine is taken over by the State and State is as usual the creation of a human mind.
It is in this section he analyses the philosophical trends that shaped up the mind of the people and thus made the cruelties easily possible. And then these new men come along, these ultra-moderns, these worshippers of the magnificent beast in man, whom we know so well. It looks like a summery of his analysis but it was done in a moment of anger.
That was the germ of faith in man as the judge of his own actions; that is how man grows to his colossal proportions: Here we touch upon the fundamental argument that has been going on for centuries in the bosom of Western civilization between the pessimistic and optimistic conceptions of man.
I think also that, could I start anew, every poem of mine would have been a biography or a portrait of a particular person, or, in fact, a lament over his or her destiny.
His ideas of a writer, a poet emerge in this section. In addition, the Western Church looked with the certain amount of disbelief upon the earning of that grace in isolation, upon the settling of accounts between God and a human soul within the privacy conferred by four walls.
It is a collection of C. The third part is about his treatise on Poetics - It is his literary criticism. Only that at the end we find the truth very bleak for the situation has not yet undergone a change.
The Renaissance and Reformation were acts of faith in autonomous morality, in the grain of truth within each person; they applauded natural reason. But I am willing to give it in the exact way C. But a collection of some selected essays.
My only advise would be to be armed with some philosophical concepts. Here the analysis of society means the society that was shaping up to the atrocities of the World War II. Not the complete collection. This is a very long quote. Milosz had given it. Milosz, I would ask you to try out his poems first.
The bonds of the Church organization and the assistance of the sacraments were unnecessary since each human being possesses a voice which dictates unerringly what he should do and what he should not do.
Nietzsche is seconded by the Protestant and optimist Gide, his ardent admirer. The book is divided into three parts according to the major themes.
The second part is about the analysis of the Society. I have a book by a young Nazi poet, presented to me by the author in So Milosz is right in searching for the reason of human monstrosity of the 20th century in the thought patterns that shaped human beings of the 20th century.
Eliot, Robert Frost, Pasternak, Brodsky, etc.
A multitude, an immense number of faces, fates of particular beings, and a sort of merging with them from inside, but at the same time my awareness that I will not find anymore the means to offer a home in my poems to these guests of mine, for it is too late.
In the ninth decade of my life, the feeling which rises in me is pity, useless.
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