Sun, 20 Jul 1997 09:27:53 -0500
A foreign writer has asked for assistance with locating the original
work containing a Twain quote. He writes:
"I am currently faced with a problem in a translation I have to
make from German into English - which involves finding the original words
to something a German author quoted [from Twain]
What he said approximately was:
And as soon as they had lost their goal, they doubled their efforts.
(German: Und als sie ihr Ziel aus den Augen verloren, verdoppelten sie
Any ideas on the original source of such a passage?