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BETWEEN ALAIN AND KIPLING

Little by little, through the daily contact with things and people that comes from working, I learned that abstract concepts do not exist in the real world, that capitalism and socialism are words like idealism and romanticism; that the realities are quite different - human beings with their bald or well-covered heads, their myopic or long-sighted eyes, their thin- or thick-lipped mouths, their violent or lethargic appetites, their passions, their desires, their loves, their follies. `What one must draw', I said to myself sometimes, `is not an abstract world in which words contend vainly with one another, but a universe of flesh and blood where bodies work together ... In the mouthings of an orator, Catholics, Protestants and Jews may seem three hostile groups, but on the streets of Elbeuf the Abbe Alleaume, Pastor Roerich and my father, walking together, make a single human group ... In a propagandist's harangue employers and employees become enemy factions; at work in the mill these factions mesh together and complete one another ... What one must draw... .'
During my sleepless nights I outlined magnificent novels that would be fair to both.` sides, and on awakening I found that I was, alas, totally incapable of writing them.

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