Olivier Todd Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Olivier Todd Sayings: [Camus] The meaning if my works: so many men are deprived of mercy. How to [Camus] The meaning if my works: so many men are deprived of mercy. How to live without mercy? One must try and do what Christianity never did: to take care of the damned.
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Olivier Todd Sayings: Lazareff believed that "a journalists first duty is to be read," but Camus felt it Lazareff believed that "a journalists first duty is to be read," but Camus felt it was to tell the truth as much as possible, with as much style as possible. Camus saw "Lazareffism" as unacceptable journalism, a mixture of political submissiveness, raw crime, and nonsense. Pia and Camus hated the spineless large-circulation press, which followed orders and catered to its readers' lower instincts.
Olivier Todd Sayings: [As part of Camus' refusal to debate his political enemies publicly after their vitriolic responses [As part of Camus' refusal to debate his political enemies publicly after their vitriolic responses to the publication of 'The Rebel'] At this point, the least sentence I might say will be used in a way that disgusts me in advance ... It would be impossible for me in that case to continue expressing myself with academic politeness. I am mistaken for a deliberately polite man whom one may insult in all safety.