There is a lot of Camus at this time, about The Plague . But world leaders will soon be able to immerse themselves in another work of the same author : The Fall . Our rulers tremble without doubt, if they find a few hours to consider the fate of the hero, Jean-Baptiste Clamence, fallen in disgrace after leaving a young woman commit suicide by jumping into the Seine. They will read, in particular this : ” All cancres, all be punished, spit-we on top, and presto ! the malconfort ! It is that will spit out the first, that’s all. I’m going to tell you a great secret, my dear. N&r…