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Albert Camus

I hadn’t understood how days could be both long and short at the same time: long to live through, maybe, but so drawn out that they ended up flowing into one another. They lost their names. — Albert Camus, The Stranger. (Vintage March 13, 1989) Originally published 1942.

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