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Albert Camus

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F. Sionil José goes on a nostalgic trip

Inquirer.net
An allegory of martial law, “Olvidon” (from the Spanish “olvidar” or to forget) was inspired by the Albert Camus masterpiece “The Plague” (La Peste). The Leader of the New Era is infected by what seems to be “an advanced form of ringworm infection ...

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Poets and Punks

Yale Daily News (blog)
Oh, did I forget to mention that this happened in Albert Camus' bedroom? She was invited to stay at his erstwhile home, and his daughter allowed her to examine his final manuscript. Smith said it was “like learning to write all over again” to see his ...

1957 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Albert Camus News

The Camus Investigation

New Republic
Since his death in a car accident on January 4, 1960, Albert Camus has led a kind of double-afterlife. In the West, he is not only remembered as one of the great writers of the post-war era, but as a hero of the resistance, a celebrity intellectual ...

1957 Nobel Prize Literature Winner Albert Camus News

Looking for The Outsider: Albert Camus and the Life of a Literary Classic, by Alice Kaplan

Times Higher Education (THE)
L'Étranger is given a life of its own that begins with a sort of insistent buzz in the brain of the young Albert Camus. From Algerian beginnings, it makes its way out onto manuscript pages that are then fantastically transported through occupied France ...

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