torsdag 19 maj 2011

Albert Camus - "The Stranger"

Written by the first African-born Nobel Prize laureate Albert Camus in 1942, this novel captivates the apathetic reader and kindles the existentialist (involuntarily). Camus describes a hero of divine proportions, simply because he embodies such simple honesty that none of us could even begin to grasp or mimic. This book is in your face and will remain there. Read it and give it to your friend.

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  1. Check out the Myth of Sisyphus if you liked this (if you haven't already). Incredible essay (book?).