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There is a feeling actors have when they know they’ve played their part well, that is to say, when they have made their own gestures coincide with those of the ideal character they embody, having entered somehow into a prearranged design, bringing it to life with their own heartbeats.

Albert Camus 
Added a year ago by Shiraz Abdullahi Gallab
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Albert Camus 
"Nuptials at Tipasa," 1938
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