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Resistance, Rebellion and Death by Albert Camus
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A compilation of essays by Albert Camus/

So far this book is difficult to put down. Camus is a passionate writer. Conviction and pride, characterize his writing while still leaving the heavens and the world at question. His love for his country is unparrelle. He makes a great distiniction between his country ( France) and the government.

The first essays are Letters to Germany. He articulates the letters as though he is writing to another person, not a movement of thought, nevertheless they are addressed to the Nazis in discussed and honesty. Really powerful and an inspiring peek into the emotions experienced by some Europeans during WWII.

I cant wait to finish this one so I can move on to another one of Camus enlightening books.

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May 1, 2007 – Finished Reading
May 22, 2007 – Shelved

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message 1: by Shannon (last edited Aug 25, 2016 11:09AM) (new)

Shannon The Stranger disturbed me sooo much that it made me wary of reading more Camus. I will perhaps give him another go...

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