Camus and Dostoevsky

Ph 467 Preceptorial on Camus and Dostoevsky
A seminar that traces the influence of Dostoevsky on Camus and the central arguments and themes of their thought by examining parallel selections from their major works: We will read The Plague by Camus with "Rebellion" from the Brothers Karamazov; The Rebel by Camus with “The Grand Inquisitor”; The Fall by Camus withNotes from the Underground; The Myth of Sisyphus by Camus with Kirilov's suicide in The Possessed; and The Stranger with selections from Crime and Punishment.

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