The Myth of Sisyphus was written by Albert Camus and published in 1942.
Read a brief overview of the work, or chapter by chapter summaries.
- An Absurd Reasoning: Absurdity and Suicide
- An Absurd Reasoning: Absurd Walls
- An Absurd Reasoning: Philosophical Suicide
- An Absurd Reasoning: Absurd Freedom
- The Absurd Man: Don Juanism
- The Absurd Man: Drama
- The Absurd Man: Conquest
- Absurd Creation: Philosophy and Fiction
- Absurd Creation: Kirilov
- Absurd Creation: Ephemeral Creation
- The Myth of Sisyphus
- Appendix: The Works of Franz Kafka
- Analytical Overview
- Themes of the Absurd in The Stranger
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