Resistance, rebellion, and death

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Knopf, 1961 - Europe - 271 pages
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Letters to a German Friend, the liberation of Paris, The flesh, Pessimism and tyranny, The unbeliever and christians, Why Spain?, Defense of freedom , Algeria, Hungary, Reflections on the guillotine, and The artist and his time, are the chapters of the 1960 collection of essays written by Albert Camus. The occasional articles and speeches reveal more clearly the position of one of the most lucid spirit of our time, Albert Camus.

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The sheer positivity of the writing is infectious. - Goodreads
Camus is a passionate writer. - Goodreads
He was asking me for advice. - Goodreads

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Camus was the first truly empathetic philosopher of the 20th century. Read full review

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"The aim of art, on the contrary, is not to legislate or to reign supreme, but rather to understand first of all. Sometimes it does reign supreme, as a result of understanding. But no work of genius ... Read full review

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Contents

LETTERS TO A GERMAN FRIEND i
32
Pessimism and Courage
57
Bread and Freedom
87
Copyright

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