Hello, I have to write a three-paragraph response to this question: How does The Truman Show reflect Sisyphus and Camus's ideas about absurdism and existence? We are currently reading The Strangerand...

Hello, I have to write a three-paragraph response to this question: How does The Truman Show reflect Sisyphus and Camus's ideas about absurdism and existence?

We are currently reading The Stranger and we just finished watching The Truman Show. I understood the movie but not the book. I need some help with writing my response!

Thanks!

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The Myth of Sisyphus begins by explicitly posing a question which permeates Camus's work, including The Stranger : Is life worth living? This, according to Camus, is the only truly essential question posed by philosophy and a peculiarly urgent one for us to answer if we are to live (or die) by the philosophical principles we espouse. It is followed by a subsidiary, still compelling,...

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