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But I hadn't time to wonder about her; the Judge had started speaking again. He
said that the trial proper was about to begin, and he need hardly say that he
expected the public to refrain from any demonstration whatsoever. He explained
The Judge then launched into an account of what I'd done, stopping after every
two or three sentences to ask me, "Is that correct?" To which I always replied, "
Yes, sir," as my lawyer had advised me. It was a long business, as the Judge ...
He wanted to continue, but the Judge cut him short. "Quite so. That's all, thank
you." For a bit Celeste seemed flabbergasted; then he explained that he hadn't
finished what he wanted to say. They told him to continue, but to make it brief.
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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