In Spite of my Silence | Albert Camus, 1948

Albert Camus

“Write to me in spite of my silence. Sometimes it seems I no longer have anything to say to anyone
 except to you and in everything I intend to do, I would be at quite a loss if I could not turn to you.”

Albert Camus, from a letter to Jean Grenier
21 January, 1948

Jean Grenier (1898-1971) was a French philosopher and writer.
He taught for a time in Algiers, where he became a significant
influence on the young Albert Camus.

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