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Monday, April 21, 2008

Gladstone Park, Sunday

To the memory of prisoners of war and victims of concentration camps 1914-1945*

"They are a five-chapter novel, each chapter describing a successive state of mind of internment: stupor after going into captivity; longing for freedom; fighting against gloom; hope lost; and hope again" Fritz Kormis. (More)


* I'm sure the sculptor would have wanted to dedicate this also to imprisoned children, such as those unfortunates in the news this week.

1 comment:

lightupvirginmary said...

i miss gladstone park- i used to live on hawarden hill, overlooking it. That was cool.