April 11th 1954

  • He writes a letter where he talks about solitude in prison. "You cannot imagine how much energy this solitude consumes. Sometimes I am exhausted. At those times is when one gets tired of everything, there is no refuge from tedium. Sensitivity becomes dull and the days pass in lethargy" . He also reflects his personality and sense of life in the letter: "... I have no personal ambitions; all my motives are moral, a sense of honor, a sense of dignity, a sense of duty."