How Albert Camus’ The Plague implicates us all:
An article On the resistance to nihilism, abstraction, and ideology in The Plague

‘Everything I am offered seeks to deliver man from the weight of his own life. But as I watch the great birds flying heavily through the sky at Djemila, it is precisely a certain weight of life that I ask for and obtain.’ ~ Albert Camus, “The Wind at Djemila”, 1939

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