The Just Assassins by Albert Camus (Book Analysis)

The Just Assassins by Albert Camus (Book Analysis)

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This engaging summary presents an analysis of The Just Assassins by Albert Camus is a play written in 1949 and set in the context of the Russian revolution of 1905. At a time when political troubles were brewing in Europe and World War II was still very present in everyone's memories, Camus examines the notion of engagement and its interaction with ethics and values. Camus is known for his philosophical and thought-provoking novels and he often explored themes such as ethics, humanity and justice. His popular works earned him the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1957, making him the second-youngest recipient in history. 

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Book details

Publication date
December 20, 2015
Paper ISBN
File size
1 MB