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the myth of sisyphus
the myth of sisyphus
Author: albert camus
All of Camus's literary work rests on his philosophical essay, The Myth of Sisyphus, which, taking its title from the legend of Sisyphus, and his eternal rock-pushing, analyzes a contemporary intellectual malady, the recognition of the absurdity of human life.
ISBN: 17252
Pages: 151
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Publisher: vintage/division of random house
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This book contains Camus's major work analyzing the modern "absurd man" by examining philosophical & literary trends. Also includes five additional short essays. Originally published in the United States in 1955. Translated from the French.