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The PLEA: Camus and The Plague

The PLEA: Camus and The Plague

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Literary critic Germaine Brée has said that “justice is no abstract concept for Camus... it is a necessity born of his intense power of understanding the misery of others.” There is so much more to learn about Camus, The Plague, and what his life and books can teach us about laws and justice.

Albert Camus’ The Plague: The Learning Resource

To help guide this learning, check out PLEA’s all-new Albert Camus’ The
Plague: The Learning Resource. This comprehensive guide can help you
understand and teach about The Plague. Ideal for English B30. Get your
copy at teachers.plea.org.

Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town: The Learning Resource

Stephen Leacock’s timeless book helps us understand how Canada has succeeded as a liberal democracy, and how we can do better.

The PLEA: Learning about Law with The Simpsons

Television’s longest-running series is filled with legal misadventures. Learn about some great law-related moments on The Simpsons.

The PLEA: Reconsidering A Modest Proposal

In 1729 Jonathan Swift proposed that the rich eat the poor. Learn why history’s so-called greatest satire has remained relevant for 300 years.

Lord of the Flies: The Novel Study

William Golding’s novel offers lessons about how societies will break down without laws.

The PLEA: Book Club

Law-related concepts often can be better understood through literature. Learn how the law is integral to several classic books.

The PLEA: Legal Immunity

The single biggest factor in taming over 30 diseases has been vaccines. Learn about their history and the laws that shaped their development.

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