Africa: Why Sisyphus Comes to Mind in My Daily Struggles Against Coronavirus

[The Conversation Africa] Albert Camus was a 20th century French Algerian thinker who won the Nobel Prize for his literary works. These days it is his novel The Plague that has naturally been receiving attention. In this essay I instead consider what Camus' philosophical classic, The Myth of Sisyphus, reveals about the status of our lives with COVID-19.Read the Original Article