Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - The Sorrows of Young Werther - My days are as happy as those reserved by God for his elect; and, whatever be my fate hereafter, I can never say that I have not tasted joy,—the purest joy of life.
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My days are as happy as those reserved by God for his elect; and, whatever be my fate hereafter, I can never say that I have not tasted joy,—the purest joy of life.

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Translated by R. D. Boylan
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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - The Sorrows of Young Werther - My days are as happy as those reserved by God for his elect; and, whatever be my fate hereafter, I can never say that I have not tasted joy,—the purest joy of life.
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