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Inspirational The Stranger Quotes by Albert Camus

The Stranger is a 1942 novel by French author Albert Camus. This post features some Inspirational The Stranger Quotes.

Its theme and outlook are often cited as examples of Camus’s philosophy of the absurd and existentialism, though Camus personally rejected the latter label. Translated four times into English, and also into numerous other languages, the novel has long been considered a classic of 20th-century literature. Le Monde ranks it as number one on its 100 Books of the Century.

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The Stranger Quotes by Albert Camus
The Stranger Quotes by Albert Camus

The Stranger Quotes

“In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“There is not love of life without despair about life.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I may not have been sure about what really did interest me, but I was absolutely sure about what didn’t.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“If something is going to happen to me, I want to be there.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“One always has exaggerated ideas about what one doesn’t know.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I opened myself to the gentle indifference of the world.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I looked up at the mass of signs and stars in the night sky and laid myself open for the first time to the benign indifference of the world.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I had only a little time left and I didn’t want to waste it on God.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“Everything is true, and nothing is true!”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I had been right, I was still right, I was always right. I had lived my life one way and I could just as well have lived it another. I had done this and I hadn’t done that. I hadn’t done this thing but I had done another. And so?”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“After awhile you could get used to anything.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“It is better to burn than to disappear.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“Still, obviously, one can’t be sensible all the time.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I’ve never really had much of an imagination. But still I would try to picture the exact moment when the beating of my heart would no longer be going on inside my head.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“To stay or to go, it amounted to the same thing.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I explained to him, however, that my nature was such that my physical needs often got in the way of my feelings.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I realized then that a man who had lived only one day could easily live for a hundred years in prison. He would have enough memories to keep him from being bored.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I opened myself up to the gentle indifference of the world. Finding it so much like myself.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“I couldn’t quite understand how an ordinary man’s good qualities could become crushing accusations against a guilty man.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“And it was like knocking four quick times on the door of unhappiness.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

“Mother used to say that however miserable one is, there’s always something to be thankful for. And each morning, when the sky brightened and light began to flood my cell, I agreed with her.”
― Albert Camus, The Stranger

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