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Plague, Fall, Exile And The Kingdom And Selected Essays (Everyman's Library Contemporary Classics) Hardcover – 5 Aug 2004

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  • Hardcover: 704 pages
  • Publisher: Everyman; New Ed edition (5 Aug. 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1857152786
  • ISBN-13: 978-1857152784
  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 3.7 x 21.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 16 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 177,279 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"Today "The Plague takes on fresh significance...Looking back on the grim record of the twentieth century, we can see more clearly now that Albert Camus had identified the central moral dilemmas of the age." -"The Guardian
"["The Plague is] of such importance to our time that to dismiss it would be to blaspheme against the human spirit." -"New York Times Book Review
"Extraordinary . . . There are things in ["The Plague] which no reader will ever forget." -"The Spectator
"["The Fall is] an irresistibly brilliant examination of modern conscience." -"New York Times
"["The Fall is] uniquely Camus. Beneath its wit, elegance, and irony there is no lack of intelligence, troubled earnestness, and perhaps even the moral anguish of the true religieux." -"San Francisco Chronicle
"["The Fall], so spare and lucid (like the best of Gide), burning with wit (like pages from Voltaire), is a...monologue on the human condition." -"The Nation
With a new Introduction by David Bellos

"Today "The Plague" takes on fresh significance...Looking back on the grim record of the twentieth century, we can see more clearly now that Albert Camus had identified the central moral dilemmas of the age." -"The Guardian
"
"["The Plague" is] of such importance to our time that to dismiss it would be to blaspheme against the human spirit." -"New York Times Book Review"

"Extraordinary . . . There are things in ["The Plague"] which no reader will ever forget." -"The Spectator
"
"["The Fall" is] an irresistibly brilliant examination of modern conscience." -"New York Times"

"["The Fall" is] uniquely Camus. Beneath its wit, elegance, and irony there is no lack of intelligence, troubled earnestness, and perhaps even the moral anguish of the true religieux." -"San Francisco Chronicle
"
"["The Fall"], so spare and lucid (like the best of Gide), burning with wit (like pages from Voltaire), is a...monologue on the human condition." -"The Nation"

With a new Introduction by David Bellos

Today "The Plague" takes on fresh significance Looking back on the grim record of the twentieth century, we can see more clearly now that Albert Camus had identified the central moral dilemmas of the age. "The Guardian
"
["The Plague" is] of such importance to our time that to dismiss it would be to blaspheme against the human spirit. "New York Times Book Review"
Extraordinary . . . There are things in ["The Plague"] which no reader will ever forget. "The Spectator
"
["The Fall" is] an irresistibly brilliant examination of modern conscience. "New York Times"
["The Fall" is] uniquely Camus. Beneath its wit, elegance, and irony there is no lack of intelligence, troubled earnestness, and perhaps even the moral anguish of the true religieux. "San Francisco Chronicle
"
["The Fall"], so spare and lucid (like the best of Gide), burning with wit (like pages from Voltaire), is a monologue on the human condition. "The Nation"
With a new Introduction by David Bellos"

Today The Plague takes on fresh significance Looking back on the grim record of the twentieth century, we can see more clearly now that Albert Camus had identified the central moral dilemmas of the age. The Guardian

[The Plague is] of such importance to our time that to dismiss it would be to blaspheme against the human spirit. New York Times Book Review
Extraordinary . . . There are things in [The Plague] which no reader will ever forget. The Spectator

[The Fall is] an irresistibly brilliant examination of modern conscience. New York Times
[The Fall is] uniquely Camus. Beneath its wit, elegance, and irony there is no lack of intelligence, troubled earnestness, and perhaps even the moral anguish of the true religieux. San Francisco Chronicle

[The Fall], so spare and lucid (like the best of Gide), burning with wit (like pages from Voltaire), is a monologue on the human condition. The Nation
With a new Introduction by David Bellos"

"Today The Plague takes on fresh significance...Looking back on the grim record of the twentieth century, we can see more clearly now that Albert Camus had identified the central moral dilemmas of the age." -The Guardian

"[The Plague is] of such importance to our time that to dismiss it would be to blaspheme against the human spirit." -New York Times Book Review

"Extraordinary . . . There are things in [The Plague] which no reader will ever forget." -The Spectator

"[The Fall is] an irresistibly brilliant examination of modern conscience." -New York Times

"[The Fall is] uniquely Camus. Beneath its wit, elegance, and irony there is no lack of intelligence, troubled earnestness, and perhaps even the moral anguish of the true religieux." -San Francisco Chronicle

"[The Fall], so spare and lucid (like the best of Gide), burning with wit (like pages from Voltaire), is a...monologue on the human condition." -The Nation

With a new Introduction by David Bellos --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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A haunting tale of human resilience in the face of unrelieved horror, Camus' novel about a bubonic plague ravaging the people of a North African coastal town is a classic of twentieth-century literature.

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