The Myth of Sisyphus: And Other Essays

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Vintage Books, 1961 - Absurd (Philosophy) - 151 pages
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One must imagine Sisyphus happy, and me hammered. Really though, reading The Myth of Sisyphus is like freebasing pure Camus philosophy. It's his great novels without the narratives, and it's a great ... Read full review

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Camus' The Myth of Sisyphus can be seen as a sort of prelude to his later essay "The Rebel," the former dealing with suicide and the latter dealing with murder. While giving a great deal of ... Read full review

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Contents

AN ABSURD REASONING
3
HOPE AND THE ABSURD IN THE WORK
92
Summer in Algiers
104
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