Albert Camus quote about death from The Plague (1947) - They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality.
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Quotes by Albert Camus · Quotes from The Plague · Quotes about death · Quotes about equality

They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality.

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Albert Camus quote about death from The Plague (1947) - They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality.
Albert Camus quote about death from The Plague (1947) - They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality.
Albert Camus quote about death from The Plague (1947) - They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality.
Albert Camus quote about death from The Plague (1947) - They were assured, of course, of the inerrable equality of death, but nobody wanted that kind of equality.