My vengeance will catch up with him, however. It will be noble revenge but he will suffer like a dog. I will dedicate a short novel to his Napoleonically conceived life, to the description of his character and the proper representation of the dirty work done at the clinic. This novel must awaken nationwide interest.
— Géza Csáth (né József Brenner), 9 January 1913, The Diary of Géza Csáth, trans. Peter Reich