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Despite men's suffering, despite the blood and wrath, despite the dead who can never be replaced, the unjust wounds, and the wild bullets, we must utter, not words of regret, but words of hope, of the dreadful hope of men isolated with their fate.

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  • Author Albert Camus
  • Profession: philosopher, author, journalist
  • Nationality: French Algeria
  • Born: 1913
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