By Albert Camus, Stuart Gilbert
Translated from French to English by means of Stuart Gilbert
A haunting story of human resilience within the face of unrelieved horror, Camus' novel a couple of bubonic plague ravaging the folk of a North African coastal city is a vintage of twentieth-century literature.
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Indeed, it needed several days for us to realize that we were completely cornered; that words like "special arrangements," "favor," and "priority" had lost all effective meaning. Even the small satisfaction of writing letters was denied us. It came to this: not only had the town ceased to be in touch with the rest of the world by normal means of communication, but also—according to a second notification— all correspondence was forbidden, to obviate the risk of letters' carrying infection outside the town.
Never was fitter in my life. But tell me, doctor. This blasted plague, what about it? " When the doctor nodded, he continued exuberantly: "And there's no reason for it to stop now. " They walked a little way together. Cottard told the story of a grocer in his street who had laid by masses of canned provisions with the idea of selling them later on at a big profit. When the ambulance men came to fetch him he had several dozen cans of meat under his bed. "He died in the hospital. " Cottard was a mine of stories of this kind, true or false, about the epidemic.
Thus, too, they came to know the incorrigible sorrow of all prisoners and exiles, which is to live in company with a memory that serves no purpose. Even the past, of which they thought incessantly, had a savor only of regret. For they would have wished to add to it all that they regretted having left undone, while they might yet have done it, with the man or woman whose return they now awaited; just as in all the activities, even the relatively happy ones, of their life as prisoners they kept vainly trying to include the absent one.
The Plague by Albert Camus, Stuart Gilbert