Year 55

1942: The Stranger

Author/Editor: Albert Camus, Translated by Stuart Gilbert

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One of France’s most famous twentieth century writers, Albert Camus explores alienation in modern life through an existentialist antihero so completely devoid of human conventional behavior that he commits a senseless murder without reason or remorse. While in prison, he  “opens his heart to the benign indifference of the universe.”

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