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In 2020 we find new meaning in Camus’ The Plague

Credits: Vintage International (Penguin Random House)

By Sofia Hegstrom

October 12, 2020

Never has ‘La Peste’, or The Plague, as it has been translated in English, been more relevant. It’s now a classic commentary on the human condition, and its striking message of resistance only rings louder today. Albert Camus, who penned The Plague, was a Nobel Prize winning French Algerian novelis...

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