Waiting | Albert Camus, 1935-43




“I spent a long time looking at faces, drinking in smiles. Am I happy or unhappy? It’s not a very important question. I live with such frenzied intensity.

Things and people are waiting for me, and doubtless I am waiting for them and desiring them with all my strength and sadness. But, here, I earn the right to be alive by silence and by secrecy.

The miracle of not having to talk about oneself.”


Albert Camus, Notebooks, 1935-43




< Loomis Dean, Albert Camus, Paris

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