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More About Albert Camus
Born in Algeria in 1913, Albert Camus published The Stranger-now one of the most widely read novels of this century-in 1942. Celebrated in intellectual circles, Camus was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. On January 4, 1960, he was killed in a car accident.
Albert Camus was born in 1913 and died in 1960.
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Reviews - What do customers think about La Chute (Folio)?
Authentically Camus Feb 16, 2000
This spare and lucid novella is one of Camus' finest. The extended monologue format is intriguing, and the fact that it was a rather nasty send-up of many of the existentialists with whom Camus had had a falling-out was especially marvelous. One is reminded of Dostoevsky's The Underground but, Camus' message is far easier to swallow. La Chute can't help but confirm Camus' brilliance as a writer.
El mejor libro de Albert Camus, una verdadera obra de arte Feb 14, 1999
Un libro excepecional, tanto por el argumento como por la forma en que esta escrito. Un agudo analisis de la sociedad y del hombre. Para leer varias veces. Lei un comentario en this site sobre este libro que decia que la historia era poco creible pero que lo recomendaba porque tenia pocas paginas. Una verdadera estupidez. ¿De donde saco este buen señor que la historia tiene que ser creible? ¿Y si la historia fuese lo de menos? ¿Se puede recomendar un libro solo porque tiene pocas paginas? ¿Es que acaso "Los demonios" de Dostoyevski, o "Los Hermanos Karamazov" no son recomendables porque tienen mas de 700 paginas?
a man tels his lifetime story to another frenchman in a cafe Jan 10, 1999
the book is good written but the story itsselfs is a bit dull and also a bit unbelievebale but i recommend anybody to read this book for school because the book has only 77 pages!!!!!