The Fall by Albert Camus (Book Analysis)

The Fall by Albert Camus (Book Analysis)

by Jean-Bosco d'Otreppe (Author), Rebecca Neal (Translator)
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This engaging summary presents an analysis of The Fall by Albert Camus, which tells the story of a French defence lawyer who, disgusted with the vanity, cowardice and selfishness of his life in Paris, goes to Amsterdam to serve as a "judge-penitent". Following on from the author's earlier novels The Stranger and The Plague, The Fall explores and develops the concept of the absurd, resulting in a thought-provoking work which illustrates the author's belief in the ultimate meaninglessness of life. Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1957, Albert Camus was one of the most influential writers and philosophers of the 20th century.

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Book details

Publication date
November 08, 2016
Page count
Paper ISBN
File size
1 MB