In chapter 3 of his essay The Myth of Sisyphus / Le Mythe de Sisyphe, Camus discusses how several philosophers who have dealt with what he calls the absurd. One of these is Kierkegaard, of whom he writes,
«Dans son échec, dit Kierkegaard, le croyant trouve son triomphe.»
“In his failure, says Kierkegaard, the believer finds his triumph.”
I have not been able to find the source of this quote on the English Wikiquote site or the French Wikiquote site. It is also possible that Camus did not quote Kierkegaard literally, in spite of the quote marks; see for example this question on a quote that Camus attributed to Hegel.
Does anybody know the source of this “quote”?