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The way Camus develops this story makes it that much more interesting.
Overall, though, it's an interesting book to read, and when I was done, I found myself thinking about all sorts of things, because the book really does make you think.
Now I think that Albert Camus' THE STRANGER is a book more about anonymity, destiny and the absurdity of human life.
Probably one of the strangest things I've ever read. I can't say I'd recommend it to anyone. Don't waste your time, just read the Sparknotes if you have to read it for class.Published 1 day ago by Patrick Bland
This is an excellent read as an introduction to French literature (in English translation).Published 9 days ago by Jeffrey H.
I recommend reading this after reading A Happy Death. This is another great piece of literature from Camus.Published 16 days ago by Donald Clark
This book was delivered to me three days after I ordered it. And the cover feels really cool.Published 17 days ago by Livonn Shannon
I don't really have a feeling either way about this book. It's decent.Published 19 days ago by Sekou Terry
It really makes you think about life and in the end of the book you feel ready death, it makes you feel unafraid. One of my top favoritesPublished 1 month ago by Erika