"Today, mom died. Or maybe yesterday, I don't know. Thus begins one of the flagship books of twentieth-century literature, the third most widely read French-language novel in the world, "The Stranger", by Albert Camus. A cult and philosophical work that is, for a few days also available in manga, adapted by a Japanese author and published, with the blessing of the rights holders, by Michel Lafon (Albert Camus and Ryota Kurumado. Ed. Kazoku/Michel Lafon, 304 pages. EUR 14.95). It is not the only one. Because yes, Japanese comics, 48 million copies sold in France in 2022, favorite reading of 12-24 year olds, can also be used to discover, or even revise its classics.
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