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I shook off the sweat and the sun. I understood that I had destroyed the balance of the day, the exceptional silence of a beach wh ...
To be honest, I knew that there was no difference between dying at their years old and dying at seventy because, naturally, in bot ...
[Paris] is dirty. It has pigeons and black yards. The people have white skin.
"Have you no hope at all? Do you really think that when you die you die outright, and nothing remains?"
I said: "Yes."
"I'm sure you've often wished there was an after-life." Of course I had, I told him. Everybody has that wish at times. But that ha ...
I realized people would soon forget me once I was dead. I couldn't even say that this was hard to stomach; really, there's no idea ...
Once one's up against it, the precise manner of one's death has obviously small importance.
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