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  1. Well, have you seen memchiki with the word DECAY in large letters?

    This is a piercing sad feeling with a touch of fatigue from life, which appears when you suddenly realize that the whole world is bad and never it will not become what you want – this is the world's sorrow.

    With literature, the world's grief is connected very simply-the German writer Jean-Paul noticed it in the novel “Selene” in 1827, and appointed the poet Byron as the main exponent of this feeling.

    And everyone read Byron then, so that the world's sorrow, which the German saw in the Englishman, was called “the disease of the century” in France, and not some personal problems.

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