Albert Camus about misfortune (“The Plague”, 1947) - The truth is that nothing is less sensational than pestilence, and by reason of their very duration great misfortunes are monotonous.
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The truth is that nothing is less sensational than pestilence, and by reason of their very duration great misfortunes are monotonous.
 Albert CamusThe Plague (1947). copy citation

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Translated by Stuart Gilbert
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