If I am indifferent to time, our book discussions about The Stranger may focus solely on the first sentence of this important post-Second World War narrative. This may or may not happen.
A la Gilbert: My discussions about The Stranger by Albert Camus may start today with negative commentary. Or not. C'est la vie.
A la Ward: Today, my discussions about Albert Camus' The Stranger, will probably begin with complaints. Or not. Who knows, really.
This week, I have had many conversations about The Stranger. The storms in Jacksonville, Florida, had just subsided as I left my Ponte Vedra Beach discussion. The sun's warmth and ocean breeze had felt refreshing after an entire night and morning of pounding rains and thunder. I drove west, rather hungry.
Looking forward, or not, to continuing the discussion,