Someone said :
I read something today about Albert Camus, which was written because France has largely ignored the centenary of his birth, and Africa has largely ignored him more generally.
I have never read anything by him, and always had the impression that he was a 'hard' writer who didn't write stuff for ordinary people. But I don't know what I have that impression. So, I am crowd-sourcing a reading decision: should I read something by Camus, and if so what?
The Myth Of Sisyphus, an essay, readily available online.
"There is but one serious philosophical problem, and that is suicide. Judging whether life is or is not worth living amounts to answering the fundamental question of philosophy." http://evankozierachi.com/uploads/Myth_of_Sisyphus_by_Albert_Camu etc ...