The Plague – Albert Camus

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Chosen by Rachel

The story of an Algerian city swept by a plague. It raises questions relating to destiny and  human psychology.

♥ “This book’s references to WWII and the Nazi occupation of France were significant, as was the author’s dissection of the human condition. But it was a bleak story with no hope of redemption, and I had to ensure I did not let that overshadow the story’s importance. Pleased I read this masterpiece.” – Rachel

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Published 1947
Alfred A Knopf
304 pages

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