An Analysis of Camusís Interpretation of the

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It is therefore im-portant for us to consider at other points of view, for example, Leo Tolstoy and Paulo Coelho. In My Confession, Tolstoy showed us that he was depressed and that he was living in madness. He was not aware of the meaning of life, or how to live life hap-pily...
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In my opinion, Tolstoyís understanding of the meaning of life is identical to that of Camusís. Nevertheless, it is how he came about into realizing the meaning of life that was different. Unlike Camus, Tolstoy was a rich religious man, who also be-lieved in science...
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