The Plague
The Plague
by Albert Camus
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The Plague Suffering Quotes Page 9

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How we cite the quotes:
Citations follow this format: (Part.Chapter.Paragraph). We used Stuart Gilbert's translation.
Quote #25

It could be only the record of what had had to be done, and what assuredly would have to be done again in the never ending fight against terror and its relentless onslaughts, despite their personal afflictions, by all who, while unable to be saints but refusing to bow down to pestilence, strive their utmost to be healers. (5.5.42)

Temporarily relieving human suffering is the most any person can aspire to accomplish.

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