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ALBERT CAMUS

"The judgment you are passing on others eventually snaps back in your face, causing some damage."

ALBERT CAMUS

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"The Fall" by Albert Camus is a fascinating read. Camus is a hardcore existentialist (which I'm not particularly in agreement with) but his ideas remain monumental to the mind. These are a collection of quotes I gathered while reading the book.

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