Existentialism in Albert Camus' Novel, "The Stranger" Book Review by Mark Robertson

Existentialism in Albert Camus' Novel, "The Stranger"
A look at Camus' life and philosophical views and how they relate to his novel.
# 1240 | 1,030 words | 3 sources | 2000 | US
Published on Feb 17, 2003 in Literature (French)

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"Albert Camus, prestigious Nobel Prize winner for literature, has written a number of books that portrait his brilliant knowledge and appreciation of literature. In 20th century, his name and books have become famous all over the world. His works such as The Stranger, The Plague, The Fall, and his philosophical essays, "The Myth of Sisyphus" and "The Rebel" were read and loved by large numbers of people. He is considered one of the most important literary figures of the Western world due to his great contributions that played a major role in developing 20th century Western World literature."

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