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  1. The Plague by Albert Camus, Stuart Gilbert, 1991-05-07
  2. The Stranger (Everyman's Library) by Albert Camus, 1993-02-23
  3. The Fall by Albert Camus, 1991-05-07
  4. The Myth of Sisyphus: And Other Essays by Albert Camus, 1991-05-07
  5. L'Etranger (Collection Folio, 2) (French Edition) by Albert Camus, 1990-10
  6. The Plague, The Fall, Exile and the Kingdom, and Selected Essays (Everyman's Library) by Albert Camus, 2004-08-17
  7. Happy Death by Albert Camus, 1995-08-29
  8. The Stranger by Albert Camus, 1946
  9. The Stranger by Albert Camus, 2006-11-12
  10. Notebooks, 1951-1959: Volume III, 1951-1959 by Albert Camus, 2010-10-16
  11. Notebooks, 1951-1959: Volume III, 1951-1959 by Albert Camus, 2010-10-16
  12. The Rebel: An Essay on Man in Revolt by Albert Camus, 1992-01-01
  13. The Outsider (Penguin Modern Classics) by Albert Camus, 2000-02-24
  14. The First Man by Albert Camus, 1996-08-06

1. TPCN - Great Quotations ( By Albert Camus To Inspire And Motivate You To Achieve
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S P I R E Y O U Great quotes to inspire, empower and motivate you to live the life of your dreams and become the person you've always wanted to be!
Arts and Artists
T o write is to become disinterested. There is a certain renunciation in art.
Books and Reading
A novel is never anything, but a philosophy put into images.
C harm is a way of getting the answer yes without having asked any clear question.
Death and Dying
M en are never really willing to die except for the sake of freedom: therefore they do not believe in dying completely.
M an is the only creature who refuses to be what he is.
W e all carry within us our places of exile, our crimes, and our ravages. But our task is not to unleash them on the world; it is to fight them in ourselves and in others.
T he only conception of freedom I can have is that of the prisoner or the individual in the midst of the State. The only one I know is freedom of thought and action.
I t is normal to give away a little of one's life in order not to lose it all.
W hen you have once seen the glow of happiness on the face of a beloved person, you know that a man can have no vocation but to awaken that light on the faces surrounding him; and you are torn by the thought of the unhappiness and night you cast, by the mere fact of living, in the hearts you encounter.

2. Albert Camus (1913-1960) French Writer.
(19131960) French writer. Albert Camus was a Nobel laureate, existentialist, and author of The Plague and The Stranger.
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  • (1913-1960) French writer. Albert Camus was a Nobel laureate, existentialist, and author of "The Plague" and "The Stranger."
    Albert Camus
    Nobel laureate, existentialist, and author of "The Plague" and "The Stranger." Samples of his work, biography, and study guides.
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    (1913-1960) French writer. Albert Camus was born on November 7, 1913 in Mondovi, Algeria. His father was an agricultural worker, and his mother was an illiterate charwoman. With famous works like "The Stranger," and "The Plague," Camus is recognized as a master of existentialism. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1957.
    Camus Studies Association
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    3. Albert Camus - Der Fremde / L´Etranger - LESELUST-Rezension
    Rezension von Daniela Ecker in Leselust .
    Albert Camus - Der Fremde
    Originaltitel: L´Etranger
    Roman. Rowohlt Verlag 1994
    143 Seiten, ISBN: 3499221896
    Meursault, ein junger Franzose, lebt in Algier. Er hat einen guten Job, den er ohne großen Ehrgeiz bewältigt, ein paar Freunde. Seine Mutter ist gerade gestorben, er war zum Altersheim gefahren, hatte Totenwache gehalten, sie beerdigt und war zurück nach Algier gefahren. Die Entscheidung, seine Mutter ins Altersheim zu geben, hatte ihm einen schlechten Ruf im Viertel eingetragen, aber "sowohl Mama wie ich hätten nichts mehr voneinander erwartet, noch von sonst jemand übrigens".
    Am Tag danach begegnet er Marie wieder, einer Frau, die er im Büro kennen gelernt hatte, geht am Abend mit ihr in einen lustigen Film und fängt ein Verhältnis mit ihr an.
    Sein Nachbar hat Probleme mit einer Frau, sie hat ihn beleidigt, und er will sich an ihr rächen - doch ihm fehlen die Worte, den gemeinen Brief zu schreiben, den er sich vorstellt, also erledigt Meursault das für ihn, ohne sich groß Gedanken darüber zu machen. Die macht er sich auch noch nicht, als sein Nachbar diese Frau dann verprügelt und daraufhin von deren Schwester verfolgt wird.
    Gemeinsam mit Marie und seinem Nachbarn macht er einen Ausflug zum Meer - wo sie wieder auf die Araber treffen, die seinen Nachbarn verfolgen. Und am Ende des Tages hat alles sich geändert - "ich begriff, dass ich das Gleichgewicht des Tages, das ungewöhnliche Schweigen des Strandes zerstört hatte, an dem ich glücklich gewesen war. Dann schoss ich noch viermal auf einen leblosen Körper, in den die Kugeln eindrangen, ohne dass man es sah. Und es waren gleichsam vier kurze Schläge an das Tor des Unheils".

    4. Albert Camus - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Camus, Albert Alternative names Short description AlgerianFrench author and philosopher Date of birth November 7, 1913 (1913-11-07) Place of birth Mondovi, Algeria
    Albert Camus
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    Portrait from New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection Born 7 November 1913
    El Taref French Algeria Died
    Yonne Bourgogne France
    Era 20th century philosophy Region Western philosophy School Absurdism
    Nobel Prize in Literature

    Main interests Ethics Humanity Justice Love ... Politics Notable ideas "The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth"
    "Always go too far, because that's where you'll find the truth."
    "I rebel; therefore I exist." Influenced by Plotinus Søren Kierkegaard Fyodor Dostoevsky Karl Marx ... Lev Shestov Influenced Thomas Merton Jacques Monod Jean-Paul Sartre Orhan Pamuk ... Paul Auster Albert Camus [albɛʁ kamy ] listen ; 7 November 1913 – 4 January 1960) was a French Algerian author philosopher and journalist, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957. He was a key philosopher of the 20th-century, with his most famous work being the novel L'Étranger The Stranger In 1949, Camus founded the Group for International Liaisons within the Revolutionary Union Movement, which was opposed to some tendencies of the Surrealist movement of André Breton . Camus was the second-youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature , after Rudyard Kipling , and he was the first African-born writer to receive the award.

    5. Camus, Albert
    Camus, Albert (b. Nov. 7, 1913, Mondovi, Alg.d. Jan. 4, 1960, near Sens, France), French novelist, essayist, and playwright, best known for such novels as L' tranger (1942; The
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    Camus, Albert
    (b. Nov . 7, 1913, Mondovi, Alg.d. Jan. 4, 1960, near Sens, France), French novelist, essayist, and playwright, best known for such novels as The Stranger La Peste The Plague ), and La Chute The Fall ) and for his work in leftist causes. He received the 1957 Nobel Prize for Literature.
    Early years.
    Less than a year after Camus was born, his father, an impoverished worker of Alsatian origin, was killed in World War I during the First Battle of the Marne. His mother, of Spanish descent, worked as a charwoman to support her family. Camus and his elder brother Lucien moved with their mother to a working-class district of Algiers, where all three lived, together with the maternal grandmother and a paralyzed uncle, in a two-room apartment. Camus's first published collection of essays L'Envers et l'endroit (1937; "The Wrong Side and the Right Side"), describes the physical setting of these early years and includes portraits of his mother, grandmother, and uncle. A second collection of essays, Noces (1938; "Nuptials"), contains intensely lyrical meditations on the Algerian countryside and presents natural beauty as a form of wealth that even the very poor can enjoy. Both collections contrast the fragile mortality of human beings with the enduring nature of the physical world.

    6. Albert Camus - Biography, The Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize
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    Albert Camus (1913-1960) was a representative of non-metropolitan French literature. His origin in Algeria and his experiences there in the thirties were dominating influences in his thought and work. Of semi-proletarian parents, early attached to intellectual circles of strongly revolutionary tendencies, with a deep interest in philosophy (only chance prevented him from pursuing a university career in that field), he came to France at the age of twenty-five. The man and the times met: Camus joined the resistance movement during the occupation and after the liberation was a columnist for the newspaper Combat.

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    8. Albert Camus, Een Biografie
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    ALBERT CAMUS, EEN BIOGRAFIE De biografie ‘ Albert Camus, een leven tegen de leugen ’ is in 1997 verschenen en ik heb het boek kort daarna gelezen. Het is een van mijn lievelingsboeken geworden. De Franse schrijver Albert Camus (1913-1960) behoort tot de grote schrijvers en denkers van de twintigste eeuw en mag niet vergeten worden. Deze levensbeschrijving draagt daar toe bij en is bovendien prettig leesbaar. De schrijver, Ger Verrips, slaagt er in een meeslepend levensverhaal neer te zetten. Sartre (1905-1980) aan die na het overlijden van de man met wie hij gebroken had schreef: Zijn koppige, eerlijke, zinnelijke humanisme moest het opnemen tegen de onoverzichtelijke, ingrijpende gebeurtenissen van deze tijd. Maar door zijn hardnekkig weigeren liet hij daarentegen opnieuw duidelijk merken, midden in onze tijd, tegen de machiavellisten in, tegen het gouden kalf van het realisme in, dat er zoiets als moraal bestond. Het schijnt overigens het laatste te zijn geweest dat hij over Camus heeft gezegd. Met dit boek is vast niet het laatste gezegd maar wel veel goedgemaakt. Dankzij deze biografie kunnen we Camus in het perspectief plaatsen van zijn tijd. Camus’ hartstocht weerspiegelt echter een zekere ‘tijdloosheid’ die van hem een levende Don Quichotte maakte. En dat laatste is bedoeld als een groot compliment want niet Don Quichotte was gek maar de wereld waarin hij ‘doolde’. Om iemand te citeren die met dit boek niets van doen heeft

    9. Camus, Albert - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Camus, Albert
    Camus, Albert (1913–1960) Algerianborn French writer. His works, such as the novels L'Etranger/The Outsider (1942) and La Peste/The Plague (1948), owe much to existentialism, Albert

    10. Camus, Albert - Camus, Albert 1913–1960 Criticism (Vol. 1)
    Camus, Albert Camus, Albert 1913–1960 Criticism and Essays

    11. El Extranjero - Albert Camus - Ciudad Seva
    Texto completo del primer cap tulo de la novela escrita por el periodista y escritor.

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    I Hoy ha muerto mamá. O quizá ayer. No lo sé. Recibí un telegrama del asilo: «Falleció su madre. Entierro mañana. Sentidas condolencias.» Pero no quiere decir nada. Quizá haya sido ayer. El asilo de ancianos está en Marengo, a ochenta kilómetros de Argel. Tomaré el autobús a las dos y llegaré por la tarde. De esa manera podré velarla, y regresaré mañana por la noche. Pedí dos días de licencia a mi patrón y no pudo negármelos ante una excusa semejante. Pero no parecía satisfecho. Llegué a decirle: «No es culpa mía.» No me respondió. Pensé entonces que no debía haberle dicho esto. Al fin y al cabo, no tenía por qué excusarme. Más bien le correspondía a él presentarme las condolencias. Pero lo hará sin duda pasado mañana, cuando me vea de luto. Por ahora, es un poco como si mamá no estuviera muerta. Después del entierro, por el contrario, será un asunto archivado y todo habrá adquirido aspecto más oficial. Tomé el autobús a las dos. Hacía mucho calor. Comí en el restaurante de Celeste como de costumbre. Todos se condolieron mucho de mí, y Celeste me dijo: «Madre hay una sola.» Cuando partí, me acompañaron hasta la puerta. Me sentía un poco aturdido pues fue necesario que subiera hasta la habitación de Manuel para pedirle prestados una corbata negra y un brazal. El perdió a su tío hace unos meses.

    12. Camus, Albert [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
    Albert Camus (1913—1960) Albert Camus was a FrenchAlgerian journalist, playwright, novelist, writer of philosophical essays, and Nobel laureate.
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  • 1. Life
    The writer Albert Camus was born on November 7, 1913, in Mondovi, a small village near the seaport city of Bonê (present-day Annaba) in the northeast region of French Algeria. He was the second child of Lucien Auguste Camus, a military veteran and wine-shipping clerk, and of Catherine Marie Cardona, a house-keeper and part-time factory worker. (Note: Although Camus himself believed that his father was Alsatian and a first-generation émigré, research by biographer Herbert Lottman indicates that the Camus family was originally from Bordeaux and that the first Camus to leave France for Algeria was actually the author’s great-grandfather, who in the early 19th century became part of the first wave of European colonial settlers in the new melting pot of North Africa.) Shortly after the outbreak of WWI, when Camus was less than a year old, his father was recalled to military service and on October 11, 1914, died of shrapnel wounds suffered at the first battle of the Marne. As a child, about the only thing Camus ever learned about his father was that he had once become violently ill after witnessing a public execution. This anecdote, which surfaces in fictional form in the author’s novel L’Etranger and which is also recounted in his philosophical essay “Reflections on the Guillotine,” strongly affected Camus and influenced his own lifelong opposition to the death penalty.

    13. Ken Lopez Bookseller: (CAMUS, Albert) - VENTURE V.3, N.4
    NY, Venture Publications, 1960. Publication. Contains Albert Camus 19131960 A Final Interview. Very Good in wrappers.
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    (CAMUS, Albert) VENTURE V.3, N.4 NY, Venture Publications, 1960. Publication. Contains "Albert Camus: 1913-1960: A Final Interview." Very Good in wrappers. All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted. See more items by CAMUS, Albert

    14. Albert Camus - Wikipedia, La Enciclopedia Libre
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    Francia Ocupación filósofo ... escritor Nacionalidad francesa Género novela ensayo y teatro Albert Camus Mondovi Argelia 7 de noviembre de Villeblevin Francia 4 de enero de ) fue un novelista ensayista dramaturgo y filósofo francés nacido en Argelia En su variada obra desarrolló un humanismo fundado en la conciencia del absurdo de la condición humana. En , a la edad de 44 años, se le concedió el Premio Nobel de Literatura por «el conjunto de una obra que pone de relieve los problemas que se plantean en la conciencia de los hombres de hoy»
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    Albert Camus nació en una familia de colonos franceses ( pieds-noirs ) dedicados al cultivo del anacardo en el departamento de Constantina . Su madre, Catalina Elena Sintes, nacida en Birkadem (Argelia), y de familia originaria de Menorca , era analfabeta y casi totalmente sorda. Su padre, Lucien Camus trabajaba en una finca vitivinícola, cerca de

    15. The Stranger (novel) - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    The Stranger or The Outsider, (L’ tranger) is a novel by Albert Camus, published in 1942. This is Camus's bestknown work, as well as a key text of twentieth-century philosophy.
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    The Stranger/The Outsider Author Albert Camus Cover artist Jack Walser Country France Language French Genre(s) Philosophical novel Publisher Libraire Gallimard Publication date 1943, French 1942 The Stranger or The Outsider L’Étranger ) is a novel by Albert Camus , published in 1942. This is Camus's best-known work. Its theme and outlook are often cited as examples of existentialism , though Camus did not consider himself an existentialist; in fact, its content explores various philosophical schools of thought, including (most prominently and specifically) absurdism , as well as determinism nihilism , naturalism, and stoicism The title character is Meursault, a French man (characterised by being largely emotionally detached, innately passive, and

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    19. Ken Lopez Bookseller: CAMUS, Albert - Caligula And Cross Purpose
    London, Hamish Hamilton, (1947). The first British edition of these two plays by the author of The Stranger, published the year after that novel was issued (as The Outsider) in
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    CAMUS, Albert Caligula and Cross Purpose London, Hamish Hamilton, (1947). The first British edition of these two plays by the author of The Stranger , published the year after that novel was issued (as The Outsider ) in England. Page edges foxed; near fine in a good, spine-darkened and mildly stained dust jacket splitting along two folds. All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted. See more items by CAMUS, Albert

    20. Camus Studies Association
    Brief outline of the CSA s goals. Membership form available. In both French and English.
    CAMUS STUDIES ASSOCIATION (a branch of the Société des Études Camusiennes)

    Série Albert Camus (Lettres Modernes)

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