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The Stranger (1942): Web Sources

A list of resources available through Truxal Library for researching Albert Camus' The Stranger


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These are open-access websites: 

Albert Camus Critical Interpretation HomePage
Essays by and about Camus and his work

The Albert Camus Society of the UK
Resources on Albert Camus, his life and work, as well as critical reaction to his philosophy

Albert Camus, Nobel Laureate
Information about Camus, including his Nobel Speech

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