The Other Camus

The Other Camus


Among Paris's postwar intellectuals, Albert Camus stood apart—both for his independence and his compelling lucidity. Yet few of his admirers knew how different Camus was even from the persona that came through in his early, existential writings. As our author shows, the uncompleted novel brings us closer to the man we barely knew.

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