The Man who Laughs - Victor Hugo
His great business was to hate the human race. He was implacable in that hate. Having made it clear that human life is a dreadful thing; having observed the superposition of evils, kings on the people, war on kings, the plague on war, famine on the plague, folly on everything; having proved a certain measure of chastisement in the mere fact of existence; having recognized that death is a deliverance - when they brought him a sick man he cured him; he had cordials and beverages to prolong life.
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