"Mostly, I could tell, I made him feel uncomfortable. He didn't understand me and he was sort of holding it against me. I felt the urge to tell him I was like everybody else, just like everybody else. But really there wasn't much point, and I gave up the idea out of laziness." pg. 66
"As always, whenever I want to get rid of someone I'm not really listening to, I made it appear as if I agreed." pg. 69
"I couldn't understand how an ordinary mans good qualities could become crushing accusations against a guilty man." pg. 100
"We cannot complain that he lacks what is not in his power to aquiure." pg. 101
"The condemned man was forced into a kind of moral collaboration. It was in his interest that everything go off without a hitch." pg. 111
"You always get exaggerated notions of things you don't know anything about. I was made to see that contrary to what I thought, everything was very simple." pg. 113
"I had to accept the rejection of my appeal" pg. 114.
"I just didn't have the time to interest myself in what didn't interest me." pg. 117
The Stranger, Albert Camus
...when the emptiness of a mans heart becomes an abyss threatening to swallow up society.
Magical Mystery Tour
“Sing in me, Muse, and through me tell the story.” Homer,