Albert Camus

The Stranger

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    Never in all my experience have I known a soul so case-hardened as yours,” he said in a low tone. “All the criminal
    Kabangu Kabanguje citiraoпре 8 дана
    “Why did you pause between the first and second shot?
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    I let it go—out of laziness as much as anything else.

    Was he depressed? Can depressed people greive or is everything shut down?

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    I answered that, of recent years, I’d rather lost the habit of noting my feelings, and hardly knew what to answer. I could truthfully say I’d been quite fond of Mother—but really that didn’t mean much.
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    And, after another silence, she murmured something about my being “a queer fellow.” “And I daresay that’s why I love you,” she added. “But maybe that’s why one day I’ll come to hate you.”
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    Marie came that evening and asked me if I’d marry her. I said I didn’t mind; if she was keen on it, we’d get married.

    Then she asked me again if I loved her. I replied, much as before, that her question meant nothing or next to nothing—but I supposed I didn’t.

    “If that’s how you feel,” she said, “why marry me?”
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    He then asked if a “change of life,” as he called it, didn’t appeal to me, and I answered that one never changed his way of life; one life was as good as another, and my present one suited me quite well.
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    Presently we struck a patch of freshly tarred road. A shimmer of heat played over it and one’s feet squelched at each step, leaving bright black gashes
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    Now, in the full glare of the morning sun, with everything shimmering in the heat haze, there was something inhuman, discouraging, about this landscape.
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    Evenings in these parts must be a sort of mournful solace
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    For a moment I had an absurd impression that they had come to sit in judgment on me
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    As doorkeeper he had a certain standing, and some authority over the rest of them
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    Still, I had an idea he looked annoyed, and I said, without thinking: “Sorry, sir, but it’s not my fault, you know.”
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    Then I can spend the night there, keeping the usual vigil beside the body, and be back here by tomorrow evening
    Pam Sánchezje citiraoпре 3 месеца
    The telegram from the Home says: YOUR MOTHER PASSED AWAY. FUNERAL TOMORROW. DEEP SYMPATHY
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    MOTHER died today
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    life in which I can remember this life on earth. That’s all I want of it.
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    the tip of my tongue
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    Liberty,” he said, “means that. You’re being deprived of your liberty.
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    fagged out and only half awake. So, really,
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