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The First Man by Albert Camus. 192 pages

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  • What buyers say about The First Man by Albert Camus. 192 pages

    He was forced to work during the summer break as he was the first in his family to attend college, and the world of work is seen as the threshold to achieving adulthood.

    Imagine that Camus would be at his desk, staring straight into the pain of his childhood, finding truths in all--poverty, absence, delicate and precious moments of joy and his passion, and equally powerful moments of observing and absorbing cruelty and sadness in the lives of the people he loved,

    He was a student at the school, and a teacher appreciated his mind. He won a scholarship to the lycée, the French equivalent of the gymnasium or an advanced high school, and his studies at the lycée opened the world to him, both intellectually.

    The manuscript for this book was found in the car of the author who died in a car accident, so I don't give much information when reviewing any novel, but this classic book by the late Albert Camus is one you may want to check out.

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