Albert Camus

“I was wrong, after all, to tell you that the essential was to avoid judgement. The essential is being able to permit oneself everything, even if, from time to time, one has to profess vociferously one's own infamy.”


Albert Camus, The Fall
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The Fall The Fall by Albert Camus
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