Comments: 6
BrokenTune 1 year ago
OK, I'll need to find this. I generally like the Existentialists but never found a way to Sarte. Camus is a different story, thoughI have not nearly read as much by him as I want.
Lillelara 1 year ago
I won´t say that I like Satre, now that I have read this book (he seems like a deeply flawed person and his beliefs throughout the years were baffling). But I can certainly see where his way of thinking is coming from, especially during the years of WWII.
I haven´t read anything by Camus yet, but the way you talk about him makes me really want to pick up a book by him.
BrokenTune 1 year ago
Camus writes stories about people that are down to earth. That's what I like about his writing. I have only read The Outsider and Hochzeit des Lichts, which is an edition that combines his collections of L'Ete (i.e. "Summer") and Noces (Weddings?).

I am looking to read more by him soon, if the Opoly allows for it, very soon.
Not a fan of Samuel Beckett, but Sartre and Camus are both interesting reads.
Murder by Death 1 year ago
I'm going to have to find this one too - it sounds great!
Lillelara 1 year ago
I have to read more of the Existentialist! MbD and Brokentune, I hope you will enjoy this book :)