L’Etranger and Lettres à un ami allemand
Camus’s great novel L’Etranger was published in 1942. Although it contains no explicit reference to the war, the chapter argues that it bears the marks of a trauma text. It is compared to his more polemical essays, Lettres à un ami allemand, which acknowledge the need for armed resistance to the German Occupation.
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