Albert Camus: The Plague and The Fall
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April 20, 2013
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He was constantly experimenting with different genres. His legacy to us appears as essay, drama, short story, novelette and what he terms a "recit" as in The Plague.
It may be argued that all philosophers are artists to a certain degree, but not as regards accessibility to the general reader. It is always interesting to study the fusion of philosophic though with successful artistic expression such as one finds in Camus...
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It is always interesting to study the fusion of philosophic though with successful artistic expression such as one finds in Camus. The evolution of this thought can be traced through his works. The basic tenet of The Myth of Sisyphus, that of the absurd sensitivity, remains unchanged. What evolved was Camus' concept of a morality for our times...
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