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Led to work the land rightfully theirs in the pursuit of profits only for unscrupulous land barons The Stranger From Seville based on the novel The Mapmaker’s Opera by Ba Gonzalez Music by Kevin Purcell uotes From The Stranger by Albert Camus The Stranger is a famous novel by Albert Camus who wrote about existential themes The story is a first person narrative through the eyes of Meursault an Algerian Here are a few uotes from The Stranger separated by chapter Part Chapter Maman died today Or yesterday maybe I don't know I got a telegram from the home 'Mother deceased Funeral tomorrow Faithfully yours' That The Stranger from Texas IMDb Directed by Sam Nelson With Charles Starrett Lorna Gray Richard Fiske Dick Curtis With fences cut and livestock disappearing Jeff Browning suspects his new neighbor Dan Murdock Sheriff Fletcher appeals to the US Marshal for help and Tom Murdock Dan's son is sent Tom arrives in Buffalo Springs posing as cattle buyer Tom Morgan with the Sons of the Pioneers as his foreman and com The Stranger Th. I loved this book so much It was haunting and mysterious

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E Stranger is not merely one of the most widely read novels of the th century but one of the books likely to outlive it Written in Camus's compelling and troubling tale of a disaffected apparently amoral young man has earned a durable popularity and remains a staple of US high school literature courses in part because it reveals so vividly the anxieties of its time The Stranger | Summary Context Analysis | The Stranger is Albert Camus’s first novel published in It follows the life of Meursault a French Algerian whose apathetic responses to life get him in trouble socially and eventually get him killed The novel is concerned with the absurd and touches on the French colonization of Algeria com The Stranger from Paradise A The Stranger from Paradise A Biography of William Blake Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art Paperback – April by G E Bentley Jr Author out of stars ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price New from Used from Hardcover Please retry Paperback Please retry Hardcover. This was my favorite book as a young boy in the 1970s for several years until I discovered LOTR Dune and Watership Down in High School I had the abridged Scholastic version and reread it every few months when I was in Elementary school The book is filled with children’s fantasy tropes including the Trio always boy boy girl who visit a fantastic world In this particular case the protagonists are scuba diving teenagers who do not have parents I think this was explained away as the parents being dead and have a professor mentor another common trope Their independence and ingenuity appealed to mePlot borrows heavily from Edgar Rice Burroughs and Jules Verne involving an Atlantean subterranean city of intelligent lizard men diamond buildings and bubble cars and a voyage to a dysfunctional city at the center of the earth to rescue it’s inhabitantsThe character of Saa the lizard man was fascinating to me and he seemed an original and uniue creation Sort of a sympathetic version of the Creature from the Black Lagoon The cover art by Emmanuel Schongut was beautiful and trippy and I would often marvel at it while reading the bookI’m reasonably sure this book does not hold up AT ALL but it got me through some tough times during a period of my childhood when escapist lit was very important to me


10 thoughts on “Stranger From the Depths

  1. says:

    This book was just a load of fun I read it back in the 70's but unlike some of the older folk here who've read it I remember it very very well In a nutshell we follow a band of high school friends who've discovered a statue made of diamond after the New England coast is hit by a tsunami This along with a college professor mentor of theirs leads them to discover an undersea tomb which contains Saa the lizard man depicted on the cover He having been in suspended animation for eons leads them to his still extant city millions of years old but protected by various autonomous systems and its diamond like outer shell It is a marvel to our contemporary travelers who through the induction machine learn to communicate with Saa Saa naturally is feeling a bit lonely until he finds that there are others of his race in a different renegade city that is reaching the end of its lifetime Its people have become superstitious and unable to wield science and engineering any longer they rule through a priesthood like theocracy Saa and his human friends come in peace in an attempt to merge the two cities and its peoples and I won't give away any The book has some holes easily forgiven by the adolescent target and adult reader alike It's exciting fast paced and original Highly highly recommended Indeed the whole reason I bumped into this is because it's time for me to buy a new copyEnjoy


  2. says:

    I purchased this from Scholastic books when I was 7 I would turn 8 later that year I remember getting yelled at by my mom because I wouldn't put it down As I child I just sank into this world and it wouldn't be until I read LOTR when I was around 12 that I would find another world that completely consumed me I tried to find out information on the author and near as I can tell this was the only book heshe wrote? I would love to have infoAs to the story itself what could be amazing than discovering the remants of a civilization buried under the sea and an actual inhabitant still alive? To me it was Nancy Drew with a pulse and this book started a lifelong love of SF that I've never lostMy daughter read it when she was around 10 and expressed dismay at one event towards the end that she felt was rather brutal It never struck me that way when I read it as a child but my childhood was much rougher than hers and even then I had a 'you get what's coming to you' mentality Do bear that in mind though if you have a copy and are going to allow your child to read it Unlike many YA novels this one does have a much deserved but brutal event towards the end Good luck finding a copy though you can't have mine


  3. says:

    I loved this book when I was eight I suspect it wouldn't fare as well at 50 but at eight it started me on science fiction


  4. says:

    So nice I read it twice but that was a long time ago in the days of youth A pleasant environmentally conscious science fiction adventure for kids that combines HG WellsJules Verne with Atlantis like themes The star of the book is a lizard man named Saa a friendly survivor of a dying race of amphibian people who live deep below the Earth He takes some human kids to this fantasy world which is as best I can recall well described I honestly can't remember the outcome but I do remember really enjoying this book long long agoGot this from the Scholastic book club thingy at school for probably 50 cents Funny it's now worth a lot of money


  5. says:

    One of the books I ordered from Scholastic in grade school Still have it Definitely a bit dated but an enjoyable read


  6. says:

    I loved this book so much It was haunting and mysterious


  7. says:

    This was my favorite book as a young boy in the 1970s for several years until I discovered LOTR Dune and Watership Down in High School I had the abridged Scholastic version and reread it every few months when I was in Elementary school The book is filled with children’s fantasy tropes including the Trio always boy boy girl who visit a fantastic world In this particular case the protagonists are scuba diving teenagers who do not have parents I think this was explained away as the parents being dead and have a professor mentor another common trope Their independence and ingenuity appealed to mePlot borrows heavily from Edgar Rice Burroughs and Jules Verne involving an Atlantean subterranean city of intelligent lizard men diamond buildings and bubble cars and a voyage to a dysfunctional city at the center of the earth to rescue it’s inhabitantsThe character of Saa the lizard man was fascinating to me and he seemed an original and uniue creation Sort of a sympathetic version of the Creature from the Black Lagoon The cover art by Emmanuel Schongut was beautiful and trippy and I would often marvel at it while reading the bookI’m reasonably sure this book does not hold up AT ALL but it got me through some tough times during a period of my childhood when escapist lit was very important to me


  8. says:

    loved it as a kid Need to find it to give it a reread


  9. says:

    Read this in elementary school A rollicking and intriguing adventure that was perfectly suited to a kid devouring theories on hollow earth and aliens


  10. says:

    Enjoyable sci fi tale for juveniles I read this oooooh probably in the 3rd grade so easy reading with lots of challenging imagination spurring ideas Apparently printed in abridged and unabridged editions I read the abridged Scholastic editionA modern variant on 'Journey to the Center of the Earth' with a race of beings using advanced technology to colonize the earth's interior From keep cool body suits to magma proof transporters everything has a power limitation due to the incredible heat a resource time limit that keeps the plot moving right alongTwo schoolboys discover an undersea tunnel while scuba diving In it they discover a box which turns out to be the tomb for an alien being or non human sentient terrestrial speciesThey awaken the creature which has been in suspended animation for millennia It takes them on a journey a captivating adventure to prevent disaster and yadda blah blahGood fun not sure if I can recommend it to other adults particularly as it's out of print and very expensive to obtain


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