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Albert camus' the plague is set on the algerian coast the novel follows bernard rieux, a doctor in the city of oran, who becomes alarmed when he notices an increasing number of rats dying in the town streets. In the plague, camus addresses the collective response to catastrophe when a large city in algeria is isolated due to an outbreak of the bubonic plague although the effort to alleviate and prevent human suffering seems to make little or no difference in the ravages of the plague, camus asserts that perseverance in the face of tragedy is a noble. The plague by albert camus starting at $099 the plague has 15 available editions to buy at alibris. The plague is the most popular work of nobel prize winning author albert camusread a review of the novel here. The plague by albert camus by albert camus by albert camus by albert camus part of vintage international see all books by albert camus about albert camus.
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