Nobody

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A frequent subject of Camus novels, it is seldom known that Nobody spent his life in obscurity living on the streets of Calcutta. A vortex of existential angst, Nobody is famous for the ever popular question, "What is being?" Of course, seeing as the question is always being asked, the question itself is self-defeating.

Condemned to a life of whorenunnery, Nobody died an ascetic. Tragically, Noone was present at his funeral.

A few years later, Nobody was immortalized in poetry by Emily Dickinson who coined the infamous words "I'm Nobody, Who are you?" This disturbed the ghost of Nobody who made a deal with God to make sure she died of Tuberculosis like every other writer in the 1800's.

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