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Bertolt Brecht - Of all the works of man I like best 
 Those which have been used. 
 The copper pots with their dents and flattened edges 
 The knives and forks whose wooden handles 
 Have been worn away by many hands: such forms 
 Seemed to me the noblest.
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    Bertolt Brecht
    German - Austrian writer 1898-1956
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    Of all the works of man I like best Those which have been used. The copper pots with their dents and flattened edges The knives and forks whose wooden handles Have been worn away by many hands: such forms Seemed to me the noblest.
    Source: Poems, 1913-1956 Of all the works of man [Von allen Werken] (c. 193
Of all the works of man I like best Those which have been used. The copper pots with their dents and flattened edges The knives and forks whose wooden handles Have been worn away by many hands: such forms Seemed to me the noblest. by: Bertolt Brecht
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Of all the works of man I like best Those which have been used. The copper pots with their dents and flattened edges The knives and forks whose wooden handles Have been worn away by many hands: such forms Seemed to me the noblest.
- Bertolt Brecht
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