Corona Care Package #25 | Albert Camus’ The Plague explained in ten minutes


Friday’s Post: Albert Camus’ The Plague explained  in ten minutes
Thursday’s post: Who are those people hoarding toilet paper?
Wednesday’s post: Arts education from home
Tuesday’s post: The world after corona
Monday’s post: Staying connected with StayDelft

Friday May 1 | Albert Camus’ The Plague explained in ten minutes

“Pestilence is so common, there have been as many plagues as there have been wars, yet plagues and wars always find people equally unprepared”

Probably the most talked about book at the moment: The Plague by Albert Camus, a timeless novel on the confrontation with our mortality and the absurdity of our existence. Although we encourage you to read the book, you might be too busy quarantining at the moment 😉

Fortunately, The School of Life provided the opportunity to learn about Camus’ The Plague in just 10 minutes. Hopefully this just makes you want to read the book some more 🙂

Studium Generale created a Corona Care Package to make #StayingIn as pleasant as possible. In the following weeks we will share videos, blogs, articles and podcasts within four focus areas: Mental Health, The World After Corona, Arts & Culture and other online events.