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"There are several things," he continued, "that puzzle me about your crime. I feel
sure that you will help me to understand them." When I replied that really it was
quite simple, he asked me to give him an account of what I'd done that day.
And certainly in the speeches of my lawyer and the prosecuting counsel a great
deal was said about me; more, in fact, about me personally than about my crime.
Really there wasn't any very great difference between the two speeches.
... was to show that my crime was premeditated. I remember his saying at one
moment, "I can prove this, gentlemen of the jury, to the hilt. First, you have the
facts of the crime; which are as clear as daylight. And then you have what I may
call the ...
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The Stranger by Albert Camus 1946 4.0 / 5.0 'The Stranger' is considered a classic novel by French author, Albert Camus. Philosophical, this book explores the absurdity of the world, and profound ... Read full review
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This is an absurd story, which is written in a choppy matter of fact style. The author attempts to make jest at religion, justice, and life. He makes some points regarding the inevitability of death ... Read full review