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Introducing Camus

David Mairowitz; Richard Appignanesi; Alain Korkos

ISBN:

9781840460001

Publisher:

Totem Books

Publication Date:

1998

Binding:

Softcover

Synopsis:
Albert Camus, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, always refused the existentialist label with which he was most often branded. For Camus, long associated with Paris' 'Left Bank intellectuals', the world was "absurd" -- without purpose leading only unto death yet all the more invigorating precisely because of this. Here both the student and the lay reader will learn more of a 'man of letters', who in both his life and Iris work embraced the sun, the sea, sensuality, soccer and the as the solutions to life's "absurdity."

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