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Albert Camus

“Without memories, without hope, they lived for the moment only. Indeed, the here and now had come to mean everything to them. For there is no denying that the plague had gradually killed off in all of us the faculty not of love only but even of friendship. Naturally enough, since love asks something of the future, and nothing was left us but a series of present moments.”


Albert Camus, La Peste | The Plague
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La Peste | The Plague La Peste | The Plague by Albert Camus
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