Korean Title: 이방인
Author: Albert Caumus
280 page /132 * 225 mm
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About This Book
266 volumes of "The World Literature Exhibition of Minumsa Temple." A representative work of Albert Camus, an intellectual and existentialist writer of the 20th century. It is a work that has risen to the ranks of myths by accusing oppressive customs and absurdities. When "The Stranger" was first published in 1942, Camus was only a young unknown writer. The novel, which appeared like a stranger in the modern French literary world in an original form with a stranger, has become a masterpiece that has never been excluded from the French bestseller list since its publication.
Camus presents a new human image that deviates from customs and rules through a character named Meursault, who does not take a heroic attitude and does not hesitate to die for the truth to readers of the time who have experienced mental emptiness through two world wars. It is a work that strongly depicts the experience of existence that modern people who are alienated from reality and live as strangers face only before death. Professor Kim Hwa-young translated it into a language closest to the original text and most familiar to it.
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