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ISBN: 017444415X / ISBN-13: 9780174444152

Exile and the Kingdom

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These six stories, written at the height of Camus' artistic powers, all depict people at decisive, revelatory moments in their lives. Translated by ... Show synopsis

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  • Exile and the Kingdom (Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd) – Paperback (2004)
    by Albert Camus

    Exile and the Kingdom
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    Paperback, Thomas Nelson & Sons Ltd
    2004
    French
    New edition. New edition.
    288 pages

    ISBN: 017444415X
    ISBN-13: 9780174444152

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Reviews of Exile and the Kingdom

Overall customer rating: 5.000
AnnieLou

Many truths to seek out !

by AnnieLou on Mar 24, 2008

In the Exile and the Kingdom, Camus brings us a collection of complex short stories. Rich in ambiance and personnae, the themes include supressed feminism, a missionary "gone bad", defeated union men, humorous satire in the "Artist at Work", and in the end, how a man fulfills a debt of honor. Common to each story underlies man's eternal quest for truth and meaning, each in his own place and time. How the major personality resolves his or her conflicts, and gifts the reader with a tale to remember has been achieved by Camus "with flying colors" ! Another five star review for Camus !

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