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The Judge then said that he had no wish to press the point, and asked the
Prosecutor if he could think of any more questions that should be put to me at this
stage. The Prosecutor, who had his back half turned to me, said, without looking
in my ...
The Prosecutor was then asked if he had any questions to put, and he answered
loudly: "Certainly not! I have all I want."jjHIis tone and the look of triumph on his
face, as he glanced at me, were so marked that I felt as I hadn't felt for ages.
"How comes it then," the Prosecutor inquired, "that the letter which led up to this
tragedy was the prisoner's work?" Raymond replied that this, too, was due to
mere chance. To which the Prosecutor retorted that in this case "chance" or "mere
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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