By: Stefan Zweig
Published by: Sequitur
Softcover. 112 pages. 13, 5 x 20, 0 cm
Of all the mysteries of the universe, none is deeper than that of creation. Every time something emerges that has never existed before, we are overcome by the feeling that something supernatural has happened, that a superhuman, divine force has been at work. And our respect reaches its peak, I would almost say, it becomes religious, when that which appears suddenly is not something perishable. When it does not fade like a flower, nor die like man, but has the strength to survive our own time and all times to come. Sometimes it is given to us to witness this miracle, and it is given to us in a single sphere: that of art.