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The Rebel by Albert Camus
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Jan 19, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: bohemian-etc, politics-history-philosophy, nonfiction
Read in December, 2013

Stirner "The terrifying significance of an unpremeditated cry of joy cannot be understood while the long night of faith and reason endures"
and it goes on in a beautiful paragraph that I must stop to savor. Almost overwrought but communicative.

This one took a long time to read - I'd have to constantly reread previous chapters, but I really liked it. Beautiful, describing pieces of deeper truths, and interesting throughout. Sometimes felt like a jump to much greater statements than necessary, but the meanings were there and the arguments rang well.

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Reading Progress

02/06/2010 page 202
66.01% "Still really enjoying this book. Still feel the nead to read at snails pace."

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