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Knjige na engleskom
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If you’ve ever heard of Albert Camus, then of course you’ve heard of this little novel from 1942 about a man who doesn’t feel grief when his mother dies and eventually kills an Arab. It’s the rudimentary piece of Existentialist and Absurdist fiction, hailed by his contemporaries as a lyrical masterpiece. Camus replicates Hemingway’s frank, to the point prose and manipulates as to create this unfathomably indifferent character, Meursault, whose psychology is still being analyzed by Philosophy classes all around the globe. There’s no novel quite like it. It says so little, and yet at the same time it’s telling us so much. To read The Stranger is to enter a whole new state of mind; that of someone who feels that Man is flawed and should be exposed.