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Writing and Film
It’s quite fine, you suddenly notice—the panoramic view, the Calacatta marble, the artwork, the baby grand. It is what you’d always wanted, but you don’t cherish it one bit.
A new book says the KGB may have killed Albert Camus. His novel ‘The Stranger’ lives on
Camus’s classic offers despair as a form of hope.
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