The stranger. Translated from the French by Stuart Gilbert. With an introduction by Wallace Fowlie, the author's preface, and paintings by Daniel Maffia.
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|PQ 2605 .A3734 E813 1971a (show me on map)||Available||Request|
|PQ2605.A3734 E813 1971||Available||Request|
Guilt -- Fiction.
Homicide -- Fiction.
181 pages color illustrations 22 cm
Translation of L'Étranger.
Thirty years after its original publication, The Stranger remains among the most influential books of our time. A terrifying picture of a man victimized by life itself-- he is a faceless man, who has committed a pointless murder-- it is a book whose unrelenting grip upon our consciousness has not diminshed to this day.
The stranger -- The funeral -- A stroll along the wharves -- An afternoon swim -- A table at Celeste's -- Meursault and the Arab -- Reflections -- In the courtroom -- A view of the sky -- An ecstasy of joy and rage.
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|WorldCat Identities||Camus, Albert, 1913-1960.
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