The Fall by Albert Camus Animated

We have the animation of Ancient classics covered. Oedipus starring vegetables? Check. An animation of Plato’s Cave Allegory narrated by Orson Welles? Check. Another version of the Cave Allegory made with claymation? Yes, we have that too.

Now it’s time for something a little more modern — Mike McCubbins offers an animated adaptation of Albert Camus’ classic, The Fall, published in 1957, the same year that Camus won the Nobel Prize for Literature for his work that “illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times.” Give McCubbins five minutes and he’ll give you the visual essence of the philosophical novel. H/T @dangermindsblog

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