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AuthorSpeak: Albert Camus Free Poster

Albert Camus is most famously known for his absurdist novels The Stranger, written in 1942, and The Plague, written in 1947. However, apart from being an author, Camus was a philosopher, a playwright, and a political journalist. His novels primarily focused on themes of despair, morality, and salvation. Camus’s origin in Algeria in the thirties amid forces of resistance influenced the trajectory of his life and his work. Download this free poster and delve deeper into Camus’s study on mankind and moral order.


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