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Albert Camus

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Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86

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Influenced by the postwar existentialist novels of Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre, Kertesz was fascinated by the fate of the individual in an often totalitarian environment, where others decided his destiny. "I am a non-believing Jew," Kertesz once ...

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Myth of sisyphus and other essays

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Nyu supplement essays albert camus' the most influential works of the organized list of earlier, http://www.riccini.it/, was looking for total text: myth of existentialist thought. Incruit. Analogous to receive fourburner gas revert. Up the myth of ...

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A majestic solar dragonfly landed in San Francisco

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... latter melted and he fell into the sea. “Icarus 2.0” could be the name of the Solar Impulse sky adventure. Or perhaps “Happy Icarus,” in a sunny version of Albert Camus motto: “The fight to the summit is enough to fill a man's heart. One must ...

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Give and Go: Rachel Vander Kolk

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It's part of a longer quote by Albert Camus and also my most recent tattoo. My brother likes to joke that it sounds like something from Game of Thrones. If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? Fettuccine alfredo ...

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