I am reading the book for the second time now.
Aside from being Camus' crowning literary achievement, this work could also be viewed as one of the most important works of twentieth century literatue.
The Fall by Albert Camus is a short, disturbing work about the "fallen" life of Jean-Baptiste Clamence, the narrator of the story.
A nice, easily read piece of philosophy. The idea of the judge penitent is a good one, and very common when you think about it. It's a short book but not light reading. Read morePublished 1 month ago by stephenTheObdurate
Not sure why, but i love reading Camus. Many of his books are a must read, this is one of them.Published 4 months ago by Mark Anderson
I dare you to read this and not feel as if you're gazing into a mirror. Clamense judges as we judge those who are no more guilty than we are. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Tabatha Alcina
I read this for a book club where each member picked out a book that had influenced him/her. I actually lean toward 2 stars but I am glad I read it that's why it gets 3. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elton W. Spaulding
"A single sentence will suffice for modern man: he fornicated and read the newspapers." So pronounces Jean-Baptiste Clamence, narrator of Albert Camus's short novel during the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Glenn Russell