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these questions are too much "family" oriented or to deter well-thought people please get read of that it seems that youhave no idea of who is Albert Camus and this is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by oubrerie
I found this to be an interesting read. Camus's philosophy is quite interesting and definitely left me thinking about his ideas long after. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Devon
An excellent reading, that can be applied to understanding the struggles of everyday life.Published 1 month ago by E. E. Vaughn
In this text, Albert Camus wanted to use this set of essays to clarify his idea of the absurd and how that is all life is. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew Olsen
Fascinating stuff. The essays give a neat insight into Camus' thinking. His depictions of Algeria, including his home town, moved me.Published 2 months ago by Gary
Amazing book and I recommend any Camus book to anyone who is willing to read with an open mind.Published 2 months ago by Teagen Carr-Dix