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From the Publisher"The Cambridge Companion to Camus does an excellent job of both providing a solid introduction to Camus and also situating his work in a contemporary context...the volume is a welcome and timely consolidation and updating of scholarship on Camus, and one which will appeal—without being diluted as a consequence—to a very diverse audience."
-Amanda Crawley Jackson, University of Sheffield, UK, H-France Review
"This tidy companion treats Albert Camus as an 'iconic figure' whose work suffered disparagement and marginalization during the postcolonial domination of criticism but has become eerily relevant since 9/11 and suicide bombings...Summing up: Recommended."
-M. Gaddis Rose, Choice