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Andrei Platonov
September 1, 1899 - January 5, 1951
Nationality: Russian
Category: Writer
Subcategory: Russian Writer

Does the world have nothing inside but sorrow?


We hate our squalor.


My body gets weak without truth.


We can't feel anything - all that's left inside us is dust.


Without truth I feel ashamed to be alive.


A man who's never seen war is like a woman who's never given birth - soft in the head.


I lived and languished.


When you've nothing to live for, you get to thinking inside your head.


From our ugliness will grow the soul of the world.


If kids can forget their own mothers but still have a sense of comrade Lenin, then Soviet power really is here to stay!


At the time of the Revolution, dogs howled day and night all over Russia.


I have a trend of my own.


The working class is my home country, and my future is linked with the proletariat.


What if we all suddenly get carried away thinking - who will be left to act?


I want my word to be up to the scale of the feat of arms performed by the Russian soldier.


If they don't think, people act senselessly.


Happiness will come from materialism, not from meaning.


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