By David Sherman
Reflecting the profound effect he keeps to exert on renowned cognizance, Camus examines the whole physique of works of French writer and thinker Albert Camus, offering a finished research of Camus’ most vital works—most particularly The fable of Sisyphus, The Stranger, The Fall, The Plague, and The Rebel—within the framework of his uncomplicated moral orientation.
- Makes Camus’ matters transparent in phrases that may resonate with modern readers
- Reveals the team spirit and integrity of Camus’ writings and political activities
- Discusses Camus’ ongoing relevance by means of displaying how he prefigures many postmodern positions in philosophy, literature, and politics