I'm still working my way through this...
Having read the Camus canon it took some mental adjustment to be open to what he writes here...I first read him when I was 17... Read more
If one likes to lurk about unknown corners of other countries, this then is a real walk around the block! Very mysterious and exciting.Published 7 months ago by ima J. Pastula PhD
One of the finest books about the life of a great man. This Camus with all his doubts, contradictions and moral ideals. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Joseph Fernandez
This book may be a good example of the proposition that incomplete works should not be published.As a writer, I found the notes for amendment interesting but they did distract me... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Fred M.
The first part of this book is a great take on what is it like to live life poor ... not the kind of poor we see in NA these days, where there is at least the possibility of... Read morePublished 13 months ago by J. S. Head
In The First Man Albert Camus allowed the main character Jacques Cormery to reflect back on his life of humble beginnings. Read morePublished 15 months ago by The Prissy Snob
Camus is a favorite, and this is a terrific read as all of his books are. It is hard to say which one of his books are a favorite of mine, but probably The Plague. Published 15 months ago by btwixnbtween
THE FIRST MAN begins in 1913, as the Pied Noir and farm manager Henri Cormery arrives at his new job. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Ethan Cooper