The Meursault Investigation

Author: Kamel Daoud
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590517520
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A stranger among his own people, he wants to be granted, finally, the right to die. The Stranger is of course central to Daoud’s story, in which he both endorses and criticizes one of the most famous novels in the world.


Author: Kamel Daoud
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590519574
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This engaging collection of essays showcases the extraordinary passion, insight, and range of bestselling author of The Meursault Investigation Kamel Daoud.

Children Of The New World

Author: Assia Djebar
Publisher: The Feminist Press at CUNY
ISBN: 9781558616387
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A compelling war novel, as seen by women, sheds light on the current Iraq conflict.

Villa Triste

Author: Patrick Modiano
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590517687
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This novel by Nobel Prize–winning author Patrick Modiano is one of the most seductive and accessible in his oeuvre: the story of a man’s memories of fleeing responsibility, finding love, and searching for meaning in an uncertain world ...


Author: David Trueba
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590517857
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But unintentionally he falls into the arms of Helga, an older woman, in a cross-generational encounter that is the heart of the tale.

The Parthenon Bomber

Author: Christos Chrissopoulos
Publisher: Other Press, LLC
ISBN: 1590518365
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What does it mean for Greece, now deprived of its greatest symbol? This provocative tale reveals the unique dilemma of a country still searching for an identity beyond its past as the birthplace of Western civilization.

Hartford Studies In Literature

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Meursault must be destroyed because he is, indeed, morally guilty, "wholly
lacking in a moral sense." Meursault's threat to his society is made more
dramatically evident by the very circumstance that the man he kills is an Arab.
The socio-political situation in Algiers in the late thirties and early forties was
such that the killing of an unknown Arab by a poor white Algerian might have
attracted little or no notice; and the investigation of it, as well as Meursault's trial,
might have been merely a ...