Anti-war essays, poems, short stories and literary excerpts
Russian writers on war
Alexander Kuprin: Deciphering the military metaphysic
Alexander Kuprin: The human race has had its childhood – a time of incessant and bloody war
Alexander Kuprin: Mounds and mountains of corpses under which moan the dying
Alexander Kuprin: What is war after all? Perhaps it is nothing more than a mistake made by all, a universal error, a madness.
Alexander Kuprin: The whole science of war exists only because humanity will not, or cannot, or dare not, say, ‘I won’t.’
Much appreciation for Alexander Kuprin and excerpts of others.
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