The Fall by Albert Camus

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I mistakenly named “The Stranger” by Camus while describing “The Fall” in a recent sermon. The Fall is about a lawyer’s confession that his morality is a scheme for leverage. The Stranger is about a dispassionate murder. They both describe Camus’ sense of despair of human goodness, just from very different angles.

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