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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. Albert Camus - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Albert Camus (IPA alb kamy) (November 7, 1913 – January 4, 1960) was a French author and philosopher who won the Nobel prize in 1957.
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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 we exist." Influenced by Fyodor Dostoevsky Franz Kafka S¸ren Kierkegaard Herman Melville ... Andr© Gide Influenced Thomas Merton Jacques Monod Jean-Paul Sartre Orhan Pamuk ... Mohsin Hamid Albert Camus IPA [albɛʁ kamy] November 7 January 4 ) was a French author and philosopher who won the Nobel prize in 1957. He is often associated with existentialism , but Camus refused this label. On the other hand, as he wrote in his essay

2. Albert Camus - Biography
Albert camus albert Camus (19131960) was a representative of non-metropolitan French literature. His origin in Algeria and his experiences there in the
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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. But his journalistic activities had been chiefly a response to the demands of the time; in 1947 Camus retired from political journalism and, besides writing his fiction and essays, was very active in the theatre as producer and playwright ( e.g., Caligula

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Albert Camus was born in Mondovi, Algeria, into a workingclass family. Camus s mother, Catherine Hélène Sintés, was an illiterate cleaning woman.
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Albert Camus (1913-1960) French novelist, essayist and playwright, who received the 1957 Nobel Prize for literature. Camus was closely linked to his fellow existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre in the 1940s, but he broke with him over Sartre's support to Stalinist politics. Camus died at the age of forty-six in a car accident near Sens, France. Among his best-known novels are The Stranger (1942) and The Plague "Mother died today. Or maybe yesterday, I don't know. I had a telegram from the home: 'Mother passed away. Funeral tomorrow. Yours sincerely.' That doesn't mean anything. It may have happened yesterday." (from The Stranger Albert Camus was born in Mondovi, Algeria, into a working-class family. Camus's mother, Catherine Hélène Sintés, was an illiterate cleaning woman. She came from a family of Spanish origin. Lucien Auguste Camus, his father, was an itinerant agricultural laborer. He died of his wounds in 1914 after the Battle of the Marne - Camus was less than a year old at that time. His body was never sent to Algeria. During the war, Catherine Hélène worked in a factory. She was partly deaf, due to a stroke that permanently impaired her speech, but she was able to read lips. In their home "things had no names", as Camus later recalled. But he loved his mother intensely: "When my mother's eyes were not resting on me, I have never been able to look at her without tears springing into my eyes."

4. Albert Camus - Wikiquote
Albert Camus, quoted in Robertson, Connie (1998). Camus, Albert 1913–1960 , The Wordsworth Dictionary of Quotations, page 73, Wordsworth Editions.
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Jump to: navigation search Do not wait for the last judgment. It takes place every day. Albert Camus ) was an Algerian- French author and Absurdist philosopher
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      In the middle of winter I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer.
      • We have exiled beauty; the Greeks took up arms for her.
        • "Helen's Exile" (1948) We turn our backs on nature; we are ashamed of beauty. Our wretched tragedies have a smell of the office clinging to them, and the blood that trickles from them is the color of printer's ink.
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          A character is never the author who created him. It is quite likely, however, that an author may be all his characters simultaneously.
          • Man cannot do without beauty, and this is what our era pretends to want to disregard. It steels itself to attain the absolute and authority; it wants to transfigure the world before having exhausted it, to set it to rights before having understood it. Whatever it may say, our era is deserting this world.
            • "Helen's Exile" (1948) O light! This is the cry of all the characters of ancient drama brought face to face with their fate. This last resort was ours, too, and I knew it now. In the middle of winter I at last discovered that there was in me an invincible summer.

5. Albert Camus - Wikipédia
Translate this page Albert Camus, né le 7 novembre 1913 à Mondovi en Algérie et mort le 4 janvier 1960 à Villeblevin dans l Yonne, était un écrivain et philosophe français.
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Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Albert Camus (1957) Albert Camus 7. November in Mondovi Algerien 4. Januar nahe Villeblevin Yonne Frankreich ) war ein franz¶sischer Philosoph und Schriftsteller. 1957 erhielt er f¼r sein erz¤hlerisches, dramaturgisches, philosophisches und publizistisches Gesamtwerk den Nobelpreis f¼r Literatur . Er ist einer der bekanntesten franz¶sischen Autoren des 20. Jahrhunderts.
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    Camus stammte aus einer seit zwei bis drei Generationen in Algerien ans¤ssigen Familie mit s¼dfranz¶sischen Wurzeln v¤terlicherseits und spanischen m¼tterlicherseits. Sein Geburtsort Mondovi (nahe Bone, dem heutigen Annaba ), war ein Zentrum der Weinproduktion und sein Vater, ein ungelernter, aber offenbar t¼chtiger Fuhrmann, war kurz zuvor von seiner im Weinanbau und -export t¤tigen Firma aus Algier dorthin geschickt worden, um als Kellermeister eines ihrer Weing¼ter zu bearbeiten. Als der Vater 1914 gleich zu Beginn des Ersten Weltkrieges zur franz¶sischen Armee eingezogen wurde und in der Marneschlacht fiel, zog die Mutter mit Albert und seinem ¤lteren Bruder Lucien zur¼ck zu ihrer verwitweten Mutter nach

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"In a universe suddenly divested of illusions and lights, man feels an alien, a stranger. His exile is without remedy since he is deprived of the memory of a lost home or the hope of a promised land. The divorce between man and his life, the actor and his setting, is properly the feeling of absurdity." "To become god is merely to be free on this earth, not to serve an immortal being. Above all, of course,it is drawing all the inferences from that painful independence." - Albert Camus
About Albert Camus (1913-1960) Camus was a French philosophical novelist and essayist who was also a prose poet and the conscience of his times. He was born and raised in Algeria, and his experiences as a fatherless, tubercular youth, as a young playwright and journalist in Algiers, and later in the anti-German resistance in Paris during World War II informed everything he wrote. His best-known writings are not overtly political; his most famous works, the novel The Stranger (written in 1940, published in 1942) and his book-length essay

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Albert Camus, the son of a farm labourer, was born in Mondovi, Algeria , on 7th November, 1913. On the outbreak of the F irst World War his father joined the French Army . Soon afterwards he was killed at the Marne Camus won a scholarship to Algiers High School. A good student, he was also a talented sportsman until he developed tuberculosis in 1930. He studied philosophy at Algiers and after graduation worked as a schoolmaster, playwright and journalist. His first collection of essays, The Wrong Side of the Right Side , was published in 1937. This was followed by another collection about Algeria called Nuptials Camus moved to Paris during the Second World War and wrote for Paris-Sour (March to December, 1940). By now Camus held socialist views and after Henri-Philippe Petain signed the armistice with Germany he joined the French Resistance . Later Camus became co-editor with Jean Paul Sartre of the clandestine newspaper, Combat He gained international fame with his existentialist novel The Stranger (1942). This followed by

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From: His father, Lucien, died in 1914, during World War I's Battle of the Marne. Lucien was a member of the First Zouave Regiment. War was to remain a constant throughout Camus' life and his literature. Camus' mother was left to raise her son alone, in extreme poverty. Widowed and nearly deaf, there was little possibility of her earning a reasonable income. She moved the family to Rue de Lyon, in the Belcourt section of Algiers. Belcourt was a crowded, almost third-world neighborhood. The family was forced to move to the region so a grandmother could raise Albert and his older brother. Albert's grandmother was dying of liver cancer, while an uncle living in the apartment was paralyzed. A second uncle also lived with the family. Camus' family represented all human misery and misfortune. The apartment, near the Arab Quarter of the city, lacked electricity and plumbing. The "facilities" consisted of water jugs and "Turkish toilets" on the balcony. A Turkish toilet is a drain into an open, or minimally covered, public sewer.

12. Albert Camus - Quotation Guide
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14. Albert Camus - Wikipedia, Wolna Encyklopedia
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Albert Camus wychował się w biednej, niepiśmiennej rodzinie żyjącej na przedmieściach Algieru . Był synem p³Å‚-Hiszpanki i alzackiego robotnika, kt³ry wyemigrował do Algierii w poszukiwaniu zarobku. Zdobył wykształcenie dzięki wychowawcy, kt³ry po długich staraniach uzyskał dla niego stypendium naukowe. Duże znaczenie miała znajomość z profesorem Louisem Germainem, kt³ry zachęcał młodego Alberta do nauki i podsuwał mu klasyczne dzieła literatury (pod wpływem jednej z nich, Å»ywot³w Cezar³w Swetoniusza napisze p³Åºniej Kaligulę ). W

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Albert Camus It is hard to say if this sermon had any effect on our townsfolk. M. Othon, the magistrate, assured Dr. Rieux that he had found the preacher's arguments "absolutely irrefutable." But not everybody took so unqualified a view. To some the sermon simply brought home the fact that they had been sentenced, for an unknown crime, to an indeterminate period of punishment. And while a good many people adapted themselves to confinement and carried on their humdrum lives as before, there were others who rebelled and whose one idea now was to break loose from the prison-house. from The Plague
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  • 1913 Born in Algeria.
  • 1914 Father drafted into WWI and killed in France.
  • 1930 Finished early schooling majoring in philosophy with a goal to teach.
  • 1935-1938 Ran the Theatre de l'Equipe.
  • 1938 Became a journalist.
  • 1939 Volunteered for service in WWII, but rejected due to illness.
  • 1940 Remarried wrote an essay on the state of Muslims in Algeria causing him to lose his job and move to Paris.
  • 1941 Joined the French Resistance against the Nazis and became an editor of Combat an underground newspaper.

16. Albert Camus, Existentialism And Albert Camus, The Realm Of Existentialism At Di
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Existentialism Philosophical Movements ... Terrorism Albert Camus, 1913-1960. Camus was a French novelist, essayist, and dramatist, regarded as one of the finest philosophical writers of modern France. Camus's first published novel, The Stranger, and his essay on which it is based, The Myth of Sisyphus, reveal the influence of existentialism on his thought. Of Camus's plays that develop existentialist themes, Caligula is one of the best known. His other works include the novel The Plague and two works published posthumously A Happy Death and The First Man, an autobiographical novel narrated in the third person. In 1957 Albert Camus was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature.
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died Jan. 4, 1960, near Sens, France At the heart of all beauty lies something inhuman, and these hills, the softness of the sky, the outline of these trees at this very minute lose the illusory meaning with which we had clothed them, henceforth more remote than a lost paradise . . . that denseness and that strangeness of the world is absurd. Albert Camus -:- Albert Camus : a Reading List by Katharena -:- Albert Camus: Main Page Thought Provoking Quotes by Camus ... Katharena's Essential Albert Camus, Ground Zero!

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Charm is a way of getting the answer yes without asking a clear question.
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Do not wait for the last judgment. It takes place every day.
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If there is a sin against life, it consists perhaps not so much in despairing of life as in hoping for another life and in eluding the implacable grandeur of this life.
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In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.
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Nobody realizes that some people expend tremendous energy merely to be normal.

18. Albert Camus (1913-1960)
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Albert Camus Albert Camus was born in Mondovi, Algeria on November 7, 1913. He would learn early the sometimes senseless nature of life. Within a year of Camus' birth, his father, an impoverished agricultural worker of Alsatian origin, was killed in Europe fighting at the first battle of the Marne. His mother moved the family to the Belcourt district of Algiers where they lived with her mother who had also been widowed. In primary school, Camus was fortunate enough to cross paths with a teacher, Louis Germain, who recognized the young boy's intellectual potential and encouraged him in his studies. By the time Camus received his in 1930, he was reading the likes of Gide, Montherlant and Malraux. After taking a short break necessitated by a bout with tuberculosis, Camus continued his education at the University of Algiers. During this period, he supported himself by a wide variety of jobs which included giving private lessons, working for the Meteorological Institute, and selling spare parts for cars. It was also during this period that he, along with a number of other young left-wing intellectuals, founded the Théâtre du Travail in Algiers. Camus' first experience as a playwright came when this group created a "collective play" entitled After earning a degree in philosophy, Camus relocated to Metropolitan France and took up journalism. In 1938, he accepted a post with the left-wing newspaper

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Biography Bibliography Camus Pages Online texts ... E-Mail Me! A Page About Albert Camus Albert CamusFrench philosopher and one of the most important authors of the Twentieth Century. In early 1995, I began surfing the 'net. Much to my surprise, I found no pages listed in any of the major web indexes at the time dedicated to the works of Albert Camus. I decided someone needed to create a page to link bits of information together. I don't claim to be an expert, and I haven't read much Camus since then, but this page carries on. Every time I think I'll pull it down, I check the stats and see that more than 7,000 people a month are clicking through this page, so I keep it here. Biography Born: November 7, 1913 in Mondovi, Algeria
Died: January 4, 1960 in an automobile accident After winning a degree in philosophy, he worked at various jobs, ending up in journalism. In the 1930s, he ran a theatrical company, and during WWII was active in the French Resistance, editing an important underground paper, Combat Albert Camus won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957 "for his important literary production, which with clear-sighted earnestness illuminates the problems of the human conscience in our times". Check out the Nobel site for a copy of his acceptance speech, an in-depth biography, and other information.

20. Albert Camus --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
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