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英語の和訳です。お願いします!!

  Of course, this was no treatment in the proper sense since, first, his despair was no disease, and second, I could not change his attitude toward his unchangeable fate because from that time on he could at least see a meaning in his suffering.

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もちろん、これは、本来の意味での治療ではない。まず、 彼の絶望は、病気ではないし、第二に、彼のかえること のできない運命に対する彼の態度をわたしは、かえる ことができなかった。というのも、当時から、彼は、自身 が苦しむことの意味がわかっていたからである。

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