Henrik Ibsen Quote

It is not for a care-free existence I am fighting, but for the possibility of devoting myself to the task which I believe and know has been laid upon me by God -- the work which seems to me more important and needful in Norway than any other, that of arousing the nation and leading it to think great thoughts.


The Correspondence of Henrik Ibsen (ed. 1905)

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It is not for a care-free existence I am fighting, but for the possibility of devoting myself to the task which I believe and know has been laid upon ...

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It is not for a care-free existence I am fighting, but for the possibility of devoting myself to the task which I believe and know has been laid upon ...

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It is not for a care-free existence I am fighting, but for the possibility of devoting myself to the task which I believe and know has been laid upon ...

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It is not for a care-free existence I am fighting, but for the possibility of devoting myself to the task which I believe and know has been laid upon ...