The stranger book pdf
The Stranger by Albert Camus (first published 1942).A common man, unknowingly, through a story that was caught in a stupid murder on the Algerian beach, Camus said that he “nudity of the people who encounter with the weirdest.” Now in a new translation of Matthew Ward.
Albert Camus was born on 7 November 1913 in Mondovi, in French Algeria. His mother was of Spanish descent and could only hear out of her left ear. Lucien died from his wounds in a makeshift army hospital on 11 October. Camus and his mother, an illiterate house cleaner, lived without many basic material possessions during his childhood in the Bullecourt section of Algiers.
In 1936, the independence-minded Algerian Communist Party (PCA) was founded. Camus then became associated with the French anarchist society.
The anarchist André Prudhommeaux first introduced him at a meeting in 1948 of the Cercle des Étudiants Anarchist’s (Anarchist Student Circle) as a sympathizer familiar with anarchist thought. Camus wrote for anarchist publications such as Le Libertaire, La révolution Prolétarienne, and Solidaridad Obrera (Workers' Solidarity), the organ of the anarcho-syndicalist CNT (National Confederation of Labor). Camus stood with the anarchists when they expressed support for the uprising of 1953 in East Germany. He again allied with the anarchists in 1956, first in support of the workers' uprising in Poznan, Poland, and then later in the year with the Hungarian Revolution.
Camus was nonreligious. I do not believe in Divinity and I am not an atheist.” ~Notebooks 1951-1959. He told Le Monde in 1956, "I would agree with Benjamin Constant, who thought a lack of religion was vulgar and even worn-out
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