Category Archives: Albert Camus
The novel parable “The Plague” was written during the Second World War, published in 1947, received the Nobel Prize.
The novel by Albert Camus “The Stranger” was written in 1940 and published in 1942. Analysis of this work, as the most striking and famous, helps to trace all the basic ideas of the author.
Published in 1956, “The Fall” by Albert Camus belongs to the genre of philosophical novels. In this work, the French existentialist tried to answer the eternal question: “What is the meaning of human existence”? To answer, he chose the form … Continue reading
The punishment of the gods or the joy of liberated labor It is difficult to find at least one work by Albert Camus, free from philosophical concepts. Such is the analysis of his many critics. However, the writer did not … Continue reading