By Albert Camus
"Caligula : C'est une vérité toute easy et toute claire, un peu bête, mais difficile à découvrir et lourde à porter.
Hélicon : Et qu'est-ce donc que cette vérité, Caïus ?
Caligula : Les hommes meurent et ils ne sont pas heureux.
Hélicon : Allons, Caïus, c'est une vérité dont on s'arrange très bien. Regarde autour de toi. Ce n'est pas cela qui les empêche de déjeuner.
Caligula : Alors, c'est que tout, autour de moi, est mensonge, et moi, je veux qu'on vive dans l. a. vérité !"
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It was clear that I would get no consideration unless I took matters into my own hands. ” Right or wrong, this was not the way to deal with Cleon Throckmorton. Kauser claimed that his hands were tied, and Throckmorton was furious: “You have no right to go to Benny Kauser over my head. You have no tact and no consideration for anybody. You don’t make me sore, you’re just amusing. ”13 Within a week of this encounter, Gorelik was gone from Greenwich Village; apparently Cleon Throckmorton saw to that.
1 [ 13 ] 14 The Beginning of a Lifelong Journey At first, the Gorelik family lived under an “L” bridge in a one-room apartment near the Seventy-second Street station, and later they settled in a predominantly Irish neighborhood on East Seventy-third Street. 3 Early exposure to this cruel form of “othering” left an indelible mark on the boy; it was probably here on the East Side that young Max’s tendency toward paranoia and feelings of persecution originated. Likewise, Gorelik’s scrappy nature and his legendary irascibility undoubtedly began at an early age.
They are neurotic, with a feverish intelligence and much unconscious affectation. They don’t seem to have my sort of detachment. , in 1928. He served the company in a variety of capacities, ranging from electrician to assistant stage manager to understudy and design assistant. Max spent a great deal of time and energy insinuating himself into the mainstream of the Provincetown existence and trying to persuade Jones, Throckmorton, and even Jig Cook that he deserved an opportunity to design. He admired Eugene O’Neill.