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What Camus’s "The Plague" can teach us about this pandemic

What Camus’s "The Plague" can teach us about this pandemic

Update: 2020-07-221
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Co-host Sean Illing talks to Robert Zaretsky, professor of French history at the University of Houston, about Albert Camus’s novel The Plague.


Relevant resources: 

The Plague, by Albert Camus

Simone Weil: An Anthology, by Simone Weil

Albert Camus: Elements of a Life, by Robert Zaretsky 


Featuring:

Robert Zaretsky, professor of history at the University of Houston


Host:

Sean Illing (@seanilling), senior interviews writer, Vox 


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What Camus’s "The Plague" can teach us about this pandemic

What Camus’s "The Plague" can teach us about this pandemic

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