segunda-feira, 28 de junho de 2010

Eu bem vos dizia...

One of Camus’s most fascinating protagonists, Jean-Baptiste Clamence, the self-styled “judge penitent” of The Fall, proclaims that “charm is a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question” (F, p. 56). Camus himself possessed such charm. A handsome man, who might be described as a better-looking version of Humphrey Bogart, Camus looked and lived the part of “the existentialist,”and in many respects he was the very embodiment of the cultural reputation that the intellectual came to have in France following World War II.

David Sherman, Camus, Blackwell, 2009.

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