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L'Etrangere (The Stranger)

L'Etrangere (The Stranger)
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Albert Camus's perennial work of existential prose, L'Etrangere (The Stranger), has become a stronghold in the Western literary canon. Dramatists August von Kotzebue and Benjamin Thompson took on the austere portrait surrounding a Parisian man's act of murder and the elegantly adapted stage work maintains Camus's famously restrained and philosophically dense mise en scene, while creating a rapturous stage event. It is not a widely produced piece, due to its sober and difficult-to-digest subject matter, but when it is, it is worth every minute.
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