The Plague: Novel by Albert Camus (Paperback)
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A book for our times in more ways than one, The Plague is ostensibly about an outbreak of plague in North Africa. However, Camus’ masterpiece is also a metaphor of the spread of fascism and its ultimate defeat, against all odds, by bravery, compassion, and the refusal to surrender.— Andrew
Camus was drawn to his theme because, in his philosophy, we are all - unbeknownst to us - already living through a plague: that is a widespread, silent, invisible disease that may kill any of us at any time and destroy the lives we assumed were solid.