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Camu and the True Artist

Summary: Discusses the french writer Albert Camu. Examines his view of the role of "True artist" in society, where Camus says that a real writer is the one who speaks up for people and understand things without judging them.
Also in this essay Woolfolk shows what Camus thinks of writing as free process without limitations. Finally, Woolfolk gives different examples and counter arguments of Camus' thoughts of Marxism and Christianity.

Camus stresses the role of true writers. He says that writers have to understand not to judge circumstances, situations, and atmospheres around them. Also, writers have to be able to say "No" to some experiences and historical events especially violence.

Woolfolk reveals Camus' rejection to the limitations forced upon writers by authorities. Camus refers to such limitations as political engagement where he sees a lot of dangers on the different segments of society, precisely "victims of social injustice."

Woolfolk considers Camus' rejection to engagement of art by politics. Woolfolk states the reasons of Camus' rejection to political engagement. One of the most important is: "it threatened to overwhelm the higher discipline that art represented...

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