viernes, 21 de diciembre de 2012

Mancrush I: Albert Camus.

"The Central Sporting Club, on rue du Fondouk in Oran, is giving an evening of boxing which it insists will be appreciated by real enthusiasts. Interpreted, this means that the boxers on the bill are far from being stars, that some of them are entering the ring for the first time, and that consequently you can count, if not on the skill, at least on the courage of the opponents. A native having thrilled me with the firm promise that "blood will flow," I find myself that evening among the real enthusiasts."*
*The Myth of Sysyphus and Other Essays | Albert Camus | Translated from the French by Justin O'Brien.