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  1. Albert Camus: Elements of a Life by Robert Zaretsky, 2010-01-04
  2. Camus at "Combat": Writing 1944-1947 by Albert Camus, 2007-08-13
  3. Caligula and Three Other Plays by Albert Camus, 1962-02-12
  4. Albert Camus: From the Absurd to Revolt by John Foley, 2008-10
  5. Correspondence, 1932-1960 by Albert Camus, Jean Grenier, 2003-05-01
  6. The Rebel (Penguin Modern Classics) by Albert Camus, 2000-12-07
  7. Albert Camus;: A study of his work by Philip Malcolm Waller Thody, 1958
  8. The just; (Penguin plays) by Albert Camus, 1970
  9. The Fastidious Assassins (Penguin Great Ideas) by Albert Camus, 2008
  10. Camus: Portrait of a Moralist by Stephen Eric Bronner, 2009-10-01
  11. The Outsider by Albert Camus, 1981
  12. The Stranger [ 1946 ] a novel by Albert Camus (V-2, a Vintage Book) by Albert Camus, 1946
  13. The Outsider by Albert Camus, 1981
  14. The Stranger [ 1946 ] a novel by Albert Camus (V-2, a Vintage Book) by Albert Camus, 1946

41. The Minotaur
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The Minotaur
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There are no more deserts. There are no more islands. Yet there is a need for them. In order to understand the world, one has to turn away from it on occasion; in order to serve men better, one has to hold them at a distance for a time. But where can one find the solitude necessary to vigor, the deep breath in which the mind collects itself and courage gauges its strength? There remain big cities. Simply, certain conditions are required. The cities Europe offers us are too full of the din of the past. A practiced ear can make out the flapping of wings, a fluttering of souls. The giddy whirls of centuries, of revolutions, of fame can be felt there. There one cannot forget that the Occident was forged in a series of uproars. All that does not make for enough silence. Paris is often a desert for the heart, but at certain moments from the heights of Pere-Lachaise there blows a revolutionary wind that suddenly fills the desert with flags and fallen glories. So it is with certain Spanish towns, with Florence or with Prague. Salzburg would be peaceful without Mozart. But from time to time there rings out over the Salzach the great proud cry of Don Juan as he plunges toward hell. Vienna seems more silent; she is a youngster among cities. Her stones are no older than three centuries and their youth is ignorant of melancholy. But Vienna stands at a cross-roads of history. Around her echoes the clash of empires. Certain evenings when the sky is suffused with blood, the stone horses on the Ring monuments seem to take wing. In that fleeting moment when everything is reminiscent of power and history, can be distinctly heard, under the charge of the Polish squadrons, the crashing fall of the Ottoman Empire. That does not make for enough silence either.

42. Camus, Albert
Photograph of Albert Camus taken in 1957, part of the New York WorldTelegram Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection, Library of Congress Name Albert Camus
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Twentieth-century philosophy Photograph of Albert Camus taken in 1957, part of the New York World-Telegram Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection, Library of Congress Name: Albert Camus Birth: November 7, 1913 (Mondovi, Algeria Death: January 4, 1960 (Villeblevin, France School/tradition: Absurdism, existentialism Main interests Ethics Humanity Justice Love , Politics Notable ideas "The absurd is the essential concept and the first truth"
Influences Influenced Fyodor Dostoevsky Franz Kafka Søren Kierkegaard Herman Melville ... Jean-Paul Sartre Wes Penre, Michael Novak, Thomas Merton , Jacques Monod, Jean-Paul Sartre Albert Camus (November 7, 1913 – January 4, 1960) was an Algerian French writer and philosopher . He is best known for the existential themes in his writings, particularly the absurdity of existence in a brutal and apparently meaningless world. In novels and plays as well as philosophical works, he portrayed the struggle to find meaning in human life despite circumstances of despair and meaninglessness that defeated all rational systems of meaning. He was particularly skeptical of social and political ideologies Though Camus’ work is often associated with that of another important French philosopher

43. Lesson Plans: Albert Camus' The Stranger (Senior, Literature)
Online lesson plan for high school seniors. Includes study questions for each chapter.

44. Reading Group Center « Knopf Doubleday - Reading Group Center
Discussion guide with study questions. From Vintage Books reading groups site.
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45. Albert Camus - Wikipedia
Informatie over Camus leven en werk.
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Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie Ga naar: navigatie zoeken Albert Camus als Nobelprijswinnaar, 1957 Albert Camus Mondovi Algerije 7 november Villeblevin ... 4 januari ) was een Frans filosoof journalist en schrijver van romans essays en toneelstukken. Hij ontving in de Nobelprijs voor de Literatuur Camus wordt vaak naast Jean-Paul Sartre en Simone de Beauvoir als een van de leidende figuren van het existentialisme beschouwd, maar hij weigerde het label 'existentialisme' pertinent . Zijn denken verschilt van dat van Sartre waar het de aard van het bestaan betreft: bij Camus staat het lichamelijke centraal, waar Sartre zich meer op het intellectuele bestaan toelegde.
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Albert Camus werd geboren in een Frans-Algerijns ( pied noir ) gezin. Zijn moeder, Catherine Sintes, was van Spaanse afkomst. Vader Lucien sneuvelde in de Slag bij de Marne in tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog . Camus leefde in armoedige omstandigheden tijdens zijn jeugd in Algiers In werd Camus toegelaten tot een lyceum en uiteindelijk tot de Universiteit van Algiers. Hij kreeg

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47. Le Web Camus
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48. Camus, Albert - Reference Guide To Holocaust Literature | HighBeam Research - FR
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49. Albert Camus (Intro) - ALaLettre
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Albert Camus (1913-1960)
"Je pense à Camus : j'ai à peine connu Camus. Je lui ai parlé une fois, deux fois. Pourtant, sa mort laisse en moi un vide énorme. Nous avions tellement besoin de ce juste. Il était, tout naturellement, dans la vérité. Il ne se laissait pas prendre par le courant; il n'était pas une girouette; il pouvait être un point de repère." Eugène Ionesco, Notes et Contre-Notes, Gallimard, 1962 En 1942, Gallimard accepte de publier L'Etranger et le Mythe de Sisyphe . En lisant le manuscrit de L'Etranger, l'Etranger l'Etranger, un "héros de notre temps". Combat En 1956, il publie la Chute Premier Homme Virginie Delisle
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Aujourd'hui, maman est morte. Ou peut-être hier, je ne sais pas. J'ai reçu un télégramme de l'asile : "Mère décédée. Enterrement demain. Sentiments distingués." Cela ne veut rien dire. C'était peut-être hier.
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51. "El Extranjero" De Albert Camus -
Libro publicado en el a o 1942, introducci n y resumen de cap tulos, por Gabriel Sacco.

52. Camus, Albert - Life, Human, Death, Jean, Explores, And Self
(French, 1913–60) Camus was brought up in Algeria before moving to France and becoming a journalist. During the war he was active in the Resistance.

53. Albert Camus
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    by Neonsolid , Sep 9, 2010 Clearly his weakest of his major works. It lacks the substantiation and general argumentation of Sisyphus and parts of this seem more like a rant than a philosophy book. His definitions are vague and ... read more
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    by Joe , Aug 20, 2010 This book holds its theme very well across a diverse variety of characters and settings, as it declares a universal bond between all those who feel their soul does not fit into the place where it was ... read more
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55. La Est Tica Del Absurdo
Estudio de la concepciones de espacio - tiempo del escritor y sobre su filosof a a partir del anunciado de Nietzche Dios ha muerto .

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57. Difficult Choices For France's Most Reluctant Existentialist | Insight On The Ne
By Roger Kaplan (author of Albert Camus Existentialism And Its Conflict With His Moral Beliefs).
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    Camus was not a great political thinker or a brilliant writer, but he had a passion for justice and freedom and a horror of extreme solutions, which led him to oppose independence for his homeland. Born in 1913, Albert Camus was orphaned by the century's original catastrophe when his father was killed during the early weeks of World War I. He and his brother received stipends that enabled them to stay in school beyond the primary grades, and Camus was admitted to a competitive lycee in Algiers, where he majored in philosophy. There he joined the Communist Party and supported civil rights for the "indigenes," who represented nine-tenths of the Algerian population. But Camus could not equate civil rights with independence. He sought, against political passions that rose throughout his adult life, a confederal

58. Albert Camus Society UK
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Here you will find resources on Albert Camus, his life and work, as well as critical reaction to his philosophy. For articles and essays on Camus' philosophy click on Camus Thought . Information on Camus' published work is found with a click on Camus Work . For more information on the Albert Camus Society UK click on Camus Society . The Albert Camus Society UK, founded January 01st 2005, exists to promote the work of Albert Camus from a philosophical point of view; the ethics of Meursault, Sisyphus and Caligula, and political philosophy of The Rebel. The aim of the Camus Society is to increase awareness of Albert Camus as a relevent voice in contemporary philosophy. Coming soon: Albert Camus and existential therapy : How Camus's philosophy of happiness is relevent to modern psychotherapy
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59. Albert Camus (1913 - 1960) - Find A Grave Memorial
Black and white photograph of Camus and his burial place in Lourmarin Cemetery, France.

60. Albert Camus Life Stories, Books, & Links
Biographical stories about Camus s life and works, including The Outsider and The First Man. Requires free registration to read full articles.
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BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Albert Camus (1913 - 1960) Category: French Literature Born: November 7, 1913
Mondovi, Algeria Died: January 4, 1960
Sens, Algeria Related authors:
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Nikos Kazantzakis list all writers Albert Camus - LIFE STORIES Albert Camus, The First Man
On this day in 1960 Albert Camus was killed in a car crash outside Paris, at the age of forty-seven. The incomplete manuscript of The First Man , the autobiographical novel that Camus was working on at his death, was found in the mud at the accident site and published by his daughter in 1995. Camus hoped that it would be his masterpiece and some critics think it is, even unfinished. Albert Camus, The Outsider
Camus' first and most famous novel L'Etranger , translated as The Stranger , or The Outsider , was published on May 19th, 1942, the same year as the movie Casablanca was released. Camus, like Rick, helped with the Resistance movement, and many photographs show him looking like Humphrey Bogart; his book became a cult-classic too, and the best-selling French novel of the 20th century.

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