In the preface written in 1955 by Albert Camus of my edition of The Myth of Sisyphus it says:
After fifteen years I have progressed beyond several of the positions which are set down here; but I have remained faithful, it seems to me, to the exigency which prompted them.
My interpretation of that sentence is that what's in the book is dated: its essence might hold some value, but some of its reasoning and conclusions are wrong.
Is my interpretation wrong: the reasoning and conclusions maybe are correct, but "imprecise" or "blunt"? Does the book hold any value other than "history of absurdism"? Are there any other later work which gives a less dated reasoning on absurdism?
Given the exigency (to try to use the preface's word) that might lead one to research the subject, I think there's interest in investing ones reading time; where is there the most bang for your buck?