By Albert Camus
Los angeles Chute est un roman d'Albert Camus publié à Paris en 1956, découpé en six events non numérotées. Camus y écrit los angeles confession d'un homme à un autre, dans un bar d'Amsterdam. Le roman devait primitivement être intégré au recueil L'Exil et le Royaume qui sera publié en 1957 et qui constitue l. a. dernière œuvre « littéraire » publiée par Camus.
La particularité de ce roman tient au fait que l'homme qui se confesse est le seul à parler, durant tout l'ouvrage. Le choix de cette focalisation, qu'on retrouve dans L'Étranger, implique que le lecteur ne dispose d'aucune details extérieure dispensée par un narrateur omniscient. L'ambiance très sombre et déshumanisée qui nimbe cette confession contribue également à los angeles singularité de ce récit.
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