The doors to the library are now open! Hours are Monday-Thursday 2-8 pm, Friday/Saturday 10 am - 2 pm. Please continue to return items to the outside book drop for quarantine. We invite you in to pick up your holds. However, if you are uncomfortable coming in, call us and we will bring your items out to you.
Library material returned in book drop is being quarantined for 72 hours before
being checked in. There will be a delay in items being removed from your
account. All fines are waived until libraries can fully reopen.
Winner of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1957, Albert Camus remains an important writer in the later 20th century not only because of his literary innovations, but also because of his political acuity. Before his un-timely death in an automobile accident at age 46, Camus had achieved fame not only as a major innovator in prose style for his ground-breaking novels The Stanger, The Plague, and The Fall but also as dramatic author Caligula philosophical essayist The Myth of Sisyphus, The Rebel, and political journalist Actuelles.