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seat on the benches and send a girl to the blackboard and we would together construct the outline of a thesis. It seemed to me that this work of construction was one of the most urgent needs of these American minds, full of freshness and poetry, but unaccustomed to an orderly discipline of ideas.
On the evening of July Fourteenth the students met in the hall and asked me to say a few words to them. I chose as text a beautiful passage from Romain Rolland which one of them had quoted to me the day before: `How is it permissible to slander a people who for more than ten centuries have been active and creative? ... A people who have passed twenty times through the ordeal of fire and have emerged tempered by it ... A people who without ever dying have been restored to life twenty times. ..' Madeleine Milhaud read poems by writers who had died in one or the other of the wars. There was a few minutes' silence and then we parted.
The heart accustoms itself too quickly to peace. I had already grown used to thinking happily, when I awoke in the morning, of the pretty, attentive faces I was about to see and of the emotions that would be communicated to them by this sentence of Stendhal or that letter by Flaubert. When the day of `the last class' arrived I remembered the time in my childhood when Kittel had wept as he read us Daudet's story. If I had not lectured myself, I might well have wept too as I reflected that this little group, now united by so much affection and so many common enthusiasms, was about to dissolve for ever.

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