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21 May
Resistance,Rebellion  and Death by Albert Camus

Resistance,Rebellion and Death by Albert Camus

“On the poop deck of slave galleys it is possible, at any time and place, as we know, to sing the constellations while the convicts bend over the oars and exhaust themselves in the hold; it is always possible to record the social conversation that takes place on the benches of the amphitheater while the lion is crunching the victim. And it is very hard to make any objections to the art that has known such success in the past. But things have changed somewhat, and the number of convicts and martyrs has increased amazingly over the surface of the globe. In the face of so much suffering, if art insists on being a luxury, it will also be a lie.

Albert Camus (respectfully borrowed from the Internet)

Albert Camus (respectfully borrowed from the Internet)

Currently reading The Son by Philipp Meyer (Ecco)

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