Albert Camus Quote

Kings were put to death long before 21 January, 1793, and before the regicides of the nineteenth century. But regicides of earlier times and their followers were interesting in attacking the person, not the principle, of the king. They wanted another king, and that was all. It never occurred to them that the throne could remain empty for ever.


The Rebel (1951)

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Kings were put to death long before 21 January, 1793, and before the regicides of the nineteenth century. But regicides of earlier times and their...

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Kings were put to death long before 21 January, 1793, and before the regicides of the nineteenth century. But regicides of earlier times and their...

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Kings were put to death long before 21 January, 1793, and before the regicides of the nineteenth century. But regicides of earlier times and their...

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Kings were put to death long before 21 January, 1793, and before the regicides of the nineteenth century. But regicides of earlier times and their...