Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Journal of Camus Studies 2012

The Journal of Camus Studies 2012 is now available for purchase. This is our biggest journal to date, just over 340 pages with 17 scholarly articles. The table of contents is listed below. The JCS is available in hard copy or as an ebook. You can found out more about our Journals on the Camus Society website. Due to the increased cost of printing we have had to raise our price from £10.00 to £13.95.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Paneloux's Turn: An Analysis of the Sermons of The Plague
By Eric Berg

Death in Oran : The Plague as Counter to Thomas Mann's Death in Venice
By Braden Cannon

Neoconservatism in the Political Thought of Albert Camus: A Preliminary Inquiry
By Jackson Doughart

Of Dogs and Men: Empathy and Emotion in Camus' The Stranger
By Ingrid Fernandez

Homo-Social Eroticness in “The Guest”
By Peter Francev

The Eternal Return of Sisyphus: Camus Interpreting Nietzsche
By Giovanni Gaetani

“Rien, rien n'avait d'importance et je savais bien pourquoi” (“Nothing, nothing mattered, and I well knew why”): The World According to Meursault—or A Critical Attempt to Understand the Absurdist Philosophy of the Protagonist of Albert Camus's The Stranger
By George Heffernan

Selfishness in Albert Camus' La Chute
By Emily Holman

Absurdism and Lyricism: Stylistic Extremes in Camus's Novels
By Peadar Kearney

Camus' Literary Criminal and the Law: Loathing the Outsider
By Stefan Lancy

Albert Camus: The Politics of Poverty and the Misery of Kabylie
By Jerry Larson

Meursault: Mad, Bad or Messiah?
By Simon Lea

Camus's Les Justes : A Rebuff to Sartre's Les Mains Sales ?
By Benedict O'Donohoe

‘My sensibility must speak, not cry out...': Form and feeling in the Making of Camus' L'Envers et l'Endroit
By Nicholas Padfield

Aestheticizing a Bacillus: Disease and Destiny in Albert Camus's The Plague
By Patrick Reilly

‘NĂ©mesis veille…': An Attempt to Understand Camus' Unfinished Essay
By Luke Richardson

Camus' Sense of the Sacred
By Ron Srigley

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