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A Happy Death by Albert Camus
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Jul 02, 11

Read in July, 2011

I love Camus. Can't help it. I love him so much that I can overlook (or at least temporarily table) the ridiculous treatment of women in this book (in particular, the character of Lucienne--some kind of twenty-one year old's fantasy?)and just enjoy the descriptions and philosophizing. And face it. Camus is on to something when he asserts that happiness involves three main components: money, time and emotional mastery.
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