Albert Camus Quote

Even before the bomb, one did not breathe too easily in this tortured world. Now we are given a new source of anguish; it has all the promise of being our greatest anguish ever. There can be no doubt that humanity is being offered its last chance. Perhaps this is an occasion for the newspapers to print a special edition. More likely, it should be cause for a certain amount of reflection and a great deal of silence.


Between Hell and Reason (1945)

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Even before the bomb, one did not breathe too easily in this tortured world. Now we are given a new source of anguish; it has all the promise of...

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Even before the bomb, one did not breathe too easily in this tortured world. Now we are given a new source of anguish; it has all the promise of...

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Even before the bomb, one did not breathe too easily in this tortured world. Now we are given a new source of anguish; it has all the promise of...

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Even before the bomb, one did not breathe too easily in this tortured world. Now we are given a new source of anguish; it has all the promise of...