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OutsiderPlagueFallExile the KingdomDouă romane celebre conţine această carte alături de o serie de mici bijuterii narative numite povestiri toate ale unui autor care i a fermecat până OutsiderPlagueFallExile the MOBI #10003 şi pe sfincşi. First word that comes to my mind is 'magnificent' The style of Camus's writing is unbelievably approachable with no futile metaphors or pointless descriptions Leaving the sterile theoretics of the philosophers aside Albert Camus succeeds in highlighting the most important issues at least in my point of view of the common man The message of each and every story makes one think deeply about the relationship between the individual and society about what we have to encounter to blindly remain in the area of ''accepted'' as in The Stranger Maybe our existence in the microuniverse that we create is going to transcend to a collective one once The Plague is in town What if one day walking across a bridge you would hear a laughter behind you but no one would be there What if this laughter marks off a sudden awakening the realization of your own hollowness Everything was on the right path but this path did not represent a genuine one it was just living on the surface The Fall tells this kind story except that the biblical and Dantesue references the canals of Amsterdam where the story begins appear as a series of concentric circles emerging from the city centre which led Camus to liken them to the circles of Hell make it even symbolic Finally The Exile and the Kingdom emphasizes the solitary condition of human the non sense and untimeliness of religion and raises one last important uestion is freewill really a thing are we not fighting against a preset destiny Liberté fraternité absurdité

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review OutsiderPlagueFallExile the Kingdom ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Õ ➦ [Ebook] ➡ OutsiderPlagueFallExile the Kingdom By Albert Camus ➱ – Două romane celebre conţine această carte alături de o serie de mici bijuterii narative numite povestiri toate ale Nolog absurd al unui individ care trăieşte fără speranţă Exilul şi împărăţia un univers în care graniţa dintre ficţiune şi realitate nu e vizibilă ceea ce face cu atât mai atrăgătoare lectura. One things for sure it is a strange book It's certainly not comfortable easy reading that will put you in a better mood Of course he is an exceptionally gifted writer and in French I am sure it is even powerful in French Definitely worth a read maybe than one

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I care acordă premiul Nobel Străinul descrie o crimă şi goliciunea omului în faţa unei situaţii absurde Ciuma o parabolă perfectă complexă a solidarătăţii umane în faţa nenorocirii Căderea un mo. Read the Outsider onlyI am glad that this novel is short as it certainly gives you a lot to think about and to take in – it was not a book I read over to cover in one evening I had to savour digest and think long and hard about the themes that came up For example the characters rejection of normality with his acuaintances and even his own mother shocks you but yet raises the essential uestion of why we have a bond with certain people in our lives but not with others Certainly Camus simplistic way of writing holds your attention but yet makes you uncomfortable as you ponder your own morality and that of the society around youMeursault the main character of this novel is an unusual character that comes from a widely different way of thinking His outlook on life is obtuse and widely different from your average personMeursault makes me smile in certain parts of the book as his lack of hang ups and living in the moment ideology really raises eyebrows but he can be annoying with his laid back almost unfeeling way of being He angered me with his callousness toward some especially toward the violence shown to Raymond’s girlfriendNevertheless I enjoyed the way Meursault talks directly to you as if you are in the room with him and makes no apologies for who he is or what he does – he expects you to accept him and if you don’t then that’s OK too – his honesty is refreshing at some points In a way you almost admire him for his ability to live in the moment and being free to be who he wants to be