The Plague is a great novel Written by Albert Camus and this is widely
called as a novel with several meanings.As we know anything to give meaning
how we actually see them.Same with this novel.
‘The Plague’ by Albert Camus is a haunting tale of the triumph of the human
spirit in the face of Unrelieved horror.The novel deals with an epidemic of
bubonic plague that takes place in Algerian port city of Oran.When the plague
first arrives, the residents are slow a recognize the mortal danger they
are slow to recognize the mortal danger they are in.Once they do become aware
of it, they to fight the deadly disease.’The Plague’ was first published in France in 1947
, three years after the end of World war II.The novel has several meanings.On one
level, it refers to the German occupation of France from 1940 to 1944, which cut
France off from the outside world, just as in the novel, the town of Oran must close its gate to isolate the plague.
The plague may also be understood as the presence of moral evil, or simply, as a symbol of the nature of the
human condition.In Short,’The Plague’ is Albert Camus’s brilliant allegory of the spread of fascism.