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Fiction, Literature

Camus epub ebook

by Patrick McCarthy

Camus epub ebook

Author: Patrick McCarthy
Category: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Random House Inc; 2nd Printing edition (August 1, 1982)
Pages: 359 pages
ISBN: 0394524594
ISBN13: 978-0394524597
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 526
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Mr. McCarthy's biography of Camus employs a particular irony well suited to his subject: Camus the saint, Camus the resistance leader, Camus the existentialist and Camus the committed leftist are all debunked, leaving in their place something much more compelling and likeable: Camus the human.

Patrick McCarthy places The Stranger in the context of a French and French-Algerian history and culture, examines the way the work undermines traditional concepts of fiction, and explores the parallels (and more importantly the contrasts) between Camus and Sartre.

This handy guide places Albert Camus' The Stranger, one of the seminal texts of existentialism and twentieth-century literature in general, in the context of French and French-Algerian history and culture

This handy guide places Albert Camus' The Stranger, one of the seminal texts of existentialism and twentieth-century literature in general, in the context of French and French-Algerian history and culture. In it, Patrick McCarthy examines the way the work undermines traditional concepts of fiction. In addition, he explores the parallels and the contrasts between Albert Camus's work and that of Jean-Paul Sartre.

Patrick McCarthy analyzes The Stranger, one of the vital texts of existentialism and twentieth-century literature, in the context of French and French-Algerian. Patrick McCarthy analyzes The Stranger, one of the vital texts of existentialism and twentieth-century literature, in the context of French and French-Algerian history and culture. McCarthy examines how the work undermines traditional concepts of fiction and explores parallels and contrasts between Camus's work and that of Jean-Paul Sartre.

McCarthy, Patrick (2004). The Stranger (Albert Camus).

In 1988, Vintage published a version in the United States with a translation by American Matthew Ward under the standard American title of The Stranger  . McCarthy, Patrick (2004). New York: Cambridge University Press.

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Patrick McCarthy places The Stranger in the context of a French and French-Algerian history and culture, examines the way the work undermines traditional concepts of fiction, and explores the parallels (and more importantly the contrasts) between Camus and Sartre

Patrick McCarthy places The Stranger in the context of a French and French-Algerian history and culture, examines the way the work undermines traditional concepts of fiction, and explores the parallels (and more importantly the contrasts) between Camus and Sartre.

True, McCarthy does end up with what seem like a few grudging crumbs of praise: he acknowledges Camus' libertarian loneliness in the face of facile solutions and Gallic intellectual smugness.

Camus and his critics. As a reader of our efforts, you have stood with us on the front lines in the battle for culture. Learn how your support contributes to our continued defense of truth. Yes, I Will Support Your Endeavors. Books In this article.

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This book has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. This handy guide places Albert Camus' The Stranger, one of the seminal texts of existentialism and twentieth-century literature in general, in the context of French and French-Algerian history and culture.

Interweaves discussion and evaluation of Camus' work with an account of the events of his life, providing a concise yet subtle analysis of how his experiences influenced his work
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