Notebooks by Albert Camus

"Notebooks" is a collection of personal writings that offer a glimpse into the inner life of its author, a prominent 20th-century philosopher and writer. Spanning several decades, the entries range from philosophical reflections, personal observations, to literary musings and sketches of ideas that would later become central to his major works. The notebooks reveal the author's rigorous intellectual discipline, his commitment to moral and political issues of his time, and his relentless search for meaning in a world he often viewed as absurd. They provide an intimate look at his development as a thinker and a writer, showcasing the evolution of his ideas and the breadth of his interests.

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