Albert Camus: French author, journalist, philosopher and winner of 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature. His works threw light on problems of the human conscience in rapidly changing times. His views contributed to the rise of the philosophy known as absurdism.
Start with The Stranger. Let it grow on you till you end up questioning your life and its driving motives.
pause. Take a break from books. Reflect. Then dive head first into
come out feeling better and or confused.
What is that I hear you say ? “MOARRRR”
alrighty..here you go.
Finish reading The Plague
Cry a little. Do some push ups. Hug your dear ones.
Then look up works by Kafka and Jean-Paul Sartre.
Continue reading and discovering. Don’t stop questioning.