The stranger (Albert Camus)

  • It is a little-big book. Small in number of pages, the large size and the humanism that Camus (1913-1960) demonstrates. The story revolves around the trial of a man who did not cry at the funeral of his mother. Killing another man is actually a secondary story. Unmissable, its regarded as one of the best books of the twentieth century.

    Tags: Past Family Humanism Delinquency Philosophy