Albert Camus

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French writer who portrayed the human condition as isolated in an absurd world (1913-1960)


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Performance of the play by Albert Camus as part of the Kypria International Festival.
C'est justement a l'image de cet << aventurier du quotidien >> (OCI, 261) evoque dans Le Mythe de Sisyphe que les contributeurs au volume collectif Albert Camus au quotidien se proposent d'aborder l'homme et son ceuvre : << Refusant de s'abandonner aux illusions et a l'eternite, [Camus] parvient [.
A Life Worth Living is Robert Zaretsky's second book on Albert Camus in five years.
El primer contacto personal entre Roger Martin du Gard y Albert Camus se dio el 4 de diciembre de 1944 a iniciativa del autor de Los Thibault.
Cette manifestation, qui s'est etalee sur tout le mois de novembre, coincide avec le centenaire de la naissance de l'ecrivain Albert Camus (1913-2013).
Summary: In 1951, Albert Camus wrote in "The Rebel," "Revolt protests, it demands, it insists that the outrage be brought to an end, and that what has up to now been built upon shifting sands should henceforth be founded on rock.
El pasado 7 de noviembre se cumplieron cien anos del nacimiento de Albert Camus (1913-1960), autor de El extranjero (1942), que tambien se ha traducido como El extrano y es mas exacto, entre otros titulos notables.
The title of the paper was "Thomas Merton-Literary Criticism and Commentary re/ Albert Camus and Walker Percy.
Albert Camus (1913-1960) was a French-Algerian author, journalist, and philosopher of the 20th century.
For Albert Camus, this reckoning appears to have first come on the heels of the publication of The Plague in 1947.
Famous French author Albert Camus, who died in a car accident in 1960, may have been the victim of a Soviet plot, new research suggests.
Invincible Summer's loose plot seems, for the most part, to be built around a collection of quotes from the works of Albert Camus, which are the highlight of the novel, potentially sparking some interest in his works for readers.
Albert Camus was born on November 7, 1913, in Mondovi, Algeria, to a French father and a Spanish mother.
Nominees in the non-fiction category consisted of Stroke by Stroke by Henri Michaux, translated by Richard Sieburth; Camus at Combat by Albert Camus, translated by Arthur Goldhammer; Reading Writing by Julien Gracq, translated by Jeanine Herman; and A Season in Mecca by Abdellah Hammoudi, translated by Pascale Ghazaleh.
El autor retoma la muerte del escritor Albert Camus, ocurrida el 4 de enero de 1960 en un accidente automovilistico, y lo relaciona con otros eventos que sugieren posibles y extranas coincidencias.