The Thought and Art of Albert Camus



The primary concern of Albert Camus, his philosophy–which has been interpreted and reinterpreted, subjected to confusions and misconceptions, and both claimed and rejected by the existentialists–has been obscure by his great literary success. The purpose of this book, which analyzes each Camu’s plays, novels and essays in a detailed manner, is first to acquaint the reader thoroughly with the scope of his work in terms of the philosophical concerns which motivate it, and then to appraise Camus as a literary figure.

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