Henryk Sienkiewicz Quote

A man who leaves memoirs, whether well or badly written, provided they be sincere, renders a service to future psychologists and writers, giving them not only a faithful picture, but likewise human documents that may be relied upon.


Leon Ploszowski in his first entry in his diary, "Rome, 9 January" - Without Dogma (1891)

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A man who leaves memoirs, whether well or badly written, provided they be sincere, renders a service to future psychologists and writers, giving them ...

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A man who leaves memoirs, whether well or badly written, provided they be sincere, renders a service to future psychologists and writers, giving them ...

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A man who leaves memoirs, whether well or badly written, provided they be sincere, renders a service to future psychologists and writers, giving them ...

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A man who leaves memoirs, whether well or badly written, provided they be sincere, renders a service to future psychologists and writers, giving them ...