GOETZ: Someone was to have come in the autumn.
GOETZ: I don’t know any more. [Pause] Tell me. What is today? What day of what month?
HILDA: Do you think I count the days? We have only one now, that begins and begins again; it is given to us with the dawn and taken away with the night. You are a clock that has stopped and always tells the same time.—Jean Paul Sartre
—from “The Devil & The Good Lord” (translated by Kitty Black)
—found in The Devil & The Good Lord and Two Other Plays (1960