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“One thing more,” cried the prisoner; “is it still the case that the American people enjoy their freedom best when they are enslaved in some way?”
“You are outrageous,” I exclaimed; “the American people are not enslaved in any way. It is true they are restricted for their own good by those more capable of judging than they. That must always be the case.”
“I don’t know about must,” he sighed, “but I am sure it will always be the case as long as a man’s idea of freedom is his ability to impose some slavish notion on his brother.”
“Good-bye,” I said, with a recurrence to my smirk of pharisaical pity, “I am sorry to see you here.”
“Oh, don’t be troubled on my account,” he answered; “on the whole, I am satisfied.”
“Satisfied! Impossible!” I cried.
“Why impossible? Consider that I shall never again be compelled to associate with decent, honest folk. Oh, I have cause to be satisfied; I am here on a life sentence.”
THE OLD AND THE NEW DRAMA.
By Max Baginski. I have two titles mom and mimi and i rock them both shirt, hoodie
THE inscription over the Drama in olden times used to be, “Man, look into this mirror of life; your soul will be gripped in its innermost depths, anguish and dread will take possession of you in the face of this rage of human desire and passion. Go ye, atone and make good.”
Even Schiller entertained this view when he called the Stage a moral institution. It was also from this standpoint that the Drama was expected to show the terrible consequences of uncontrolled human passion, and that these consequences should teach man to overcome himself. “To conquer oneself is man’s greatest triumph.”
This ascetic tendency, incidentally part of chastisement and acquired resignation, one can trace in every investigation of the value and meaning of the Drama, though in different forms. The avenging Nemesis, always at the heels of the sinner, may be placated by means of rigid self-control and self-denial. This, too, was Schopenhauer’s idea of the Drama. In it, his eye perceived with horror that human relation became disastrously interwoven; that guilt and atonement made light of the human race, which merely served as a target for the principles of good and evil. Guilt and atonement reign because the blind force of life will not resign itself, but, on the contrary, is ever ready to yield itself to the struggle of the passions. Mountains of guilt pile themselves on the top of each other, while purifying fires ever flame up into the heavens.