Albert Camus quote about humanity from The Plague (1947) - Heroism and sanctity don't really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.
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Albert Camus quotes · The Plague quotes · Humanity quotes · Heroism quotes

Heroism and sanctity don't really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.

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Albert Camus quote about humanity from The Plague (1947) - Heroism and sanctity don't really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.
Albert Camus quote about humanity from The Plague (1947) - Heroism and sanctity don't really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.
Albert Camus quote about humanity from The Plague (1947) - Heroism and sanctity don't really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.
Albert Camus quote about humanity from The Plague (1947) - Heroism and sanctity don't really appeal to me, I imagine. What interests me is being a man.