The Plague – Albert Camus

Reading Albert Camus is a rite of passage into adulthood in France. Or so I read. If life is a journey, then reading Camus is equivalent to embarking on the journey with a cartographic cartoon. A sketch of a smiley face. If the traveler is intrepid he will journey on nevertheless. If he is a settler he will settle. It is a simple and powerful... Continue Reading →

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