Albert Camus

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Times of Malta
We cannot be complacent on media freedomAlbert Camus once said: "A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most
We cannot be complacent on media freedom
Times of Malta / Posted yesterday
Albert Camus once said: "A free press can, of course, be good or bad, but, most certainly without freedom, the press will never be anything but bad." I believe this is even more relevant in the age of digital media. The recent legislative proposals... Read more
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Washington City Paper
The Body of an American at Theater J: Tuesday, May 3War, Albert Camus once wrote, “lives inside ourselves.” Sometimes, internal war
The Body of an American at Theater J: Tuesday, May 3
Washington City Paper / Posted 2 days ago
War, Albert Camus once wrote, “lives inside ourselves.” Sometimes, internal wars stem from experiences in actual wars; sometimes, from a single image. In 1993, Canadian journalist Paul Watson photographed a crowd dragging the desecrated body of Staff... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Five questions with: Leanne Mashis your message? Not sure I have a constant message. It changes somewhat for th
Five questions with: Leanne Mash
Otago Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
is your message? Not sure I have a constant message. It changes somewhat for the audience. But I have a favourite quote by Albert Camus: ''In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer''. That is a great message of... Read more
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Junkee
'The Book Of Uninspiring Quotes' Is The Perfect Fix For Your Annoyingly Upbeat Facebook FeedBut let’s start at the beginning: why did you write it? I’ve always been into
'The Book Of Uninspiring Quotes' Is The Perfect Fix For Your Annoyingly Upbeat Facebook Feed
Junkee / Posted 3 days ago
But let’s start at the beginning: why did you write it? I’ve always been into writers like Nietzsche and JD Salinger and Albert Camus — I guess I was one of those teenage guys who was reading existentialist philosophy and being the ‘woe is me’... Read more
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Slate
He Wasn’t at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer Generationelan, whispery and cool, to, as one contemporary observer put it, the “language
He Wasn’t at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer Generation
Slate / Posted 3 days ago
elan, whispery and cool, to, as one contemporary observer put it, the “language of war.” Just as Mao’s Little Red Book or Albert Camus’ The Plague had been portable totems of authenticity in the ’60s, the paradigmatic “corporate warrior” of the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
11 classic novels that will make you a better leaderMcLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger'
11 classic novels that will make you a better leader
Stamford Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
McLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger' or 'The Plague' or 'The Fall'" — all by Albert Camus — are "pretty powerful ways of clearing the deck," he says in the video. Temporarily shelving questions of... Read more
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Connecticut Post
11 classic novels that will make you a better leaderMcLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger'
11 classic novels that will make you a better leader
Connecticut Post / Posted 4 days ago
McLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger' or 'The Plague' or 'The Fall'" — all by Albert Camus — are "pretty powerful ways of clearing the deck," he says in the video. Temporarily shelving questions of... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
11 classic novels that will make you a better leaderMcLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger'
11 classic novels that will make you a better leader
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
McLennan recommends turning to the existentialists. "Books like 'The Stranger' or 'The Plague' or 'The Fall'" — all by Albert Camus — are "pretty powerful ways of clearing the deck," he says in the video. Temporarily shelving questions of... Read more
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Limerick Post
Years of achievement defining Limerick Writers Centre and its worksand worthy works with a passion in the face of controlling conglomerates that e
Years of achievement defining Limerick Writers Centre and its works
Limerick Post / Posted 5 days ago
and worthy works with a passion in the face of controlling conglomerates that essentially choose what we read. Referencing Albert Camus, “We want to bear witness to that in all of us that wants to live, to refuse to die”. No fear of expiry for... Read more
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The Temasek Review
The end of the Oil Age (Part 1) « Bernard K « A – H « Columnists « TR EMERITUSZaki Yamani, a Saudi Arabian who was his country’s oil minister more than 40 ye
The end of the Oil Age (Part 1) « Bernard K « A – H « Columnists « TR EMERITUS
The Temasek Review / Posted 7 days ago
Zaki Yamani, a Saudi Arabian who was his country’s oil minister more than 40 years ago. If the notion of the Absurd by Albert Camus is Globalization, then the end of the Oil Age is the Revolt. If you asked the experts for a predictive value of... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Take and Read: Hearers of the Wordlife's meaning became more urgent. In Le Mythe de Sisyphe (1942), published on
Take and Read: Hearers of the Word
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
life's meaning became more urgent. In Le Mythe de Sisyphe (1942), published one year after Rahner’s Hörer des Wortes, Albert Camus described the absurdity of our continually asking the question about the meaning of life when, as he claimed,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Anti-Education, by Friedrich Nietzsche review: a colossus warms up to replace Godan anti-liberal, democracy-hating whip-cracker as can be imagined – pity has no
Anti-Education, by Friedrich Nietzsche review: a colossus warms up to replace God
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
an anti-liberal, democracy-hating whip-cracker as can be imagined – pity has no place in the world he wants to rule.) Albert Camus, the trade union-supporting existentialist, sounded a note of caution when he called him one of the “evil... Read more
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Business Standard India
Defending the founding fathersbetween intellectuals have become rarer and a little old-fashioned. The acrimon
Defending the founding fathers
Business Standard India / Posted 14 days ago
between intellectuals have become rarer and a little old-fashioned. The acrimonious debate between Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus in the 1950s, or the one between Satyajit Ray and Mrinal Sen in The Statesman were eagerly awaited by their... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Twelve questions with Jamie Bowenthree years reading about things that interest me; Christopher Hitchins, Richar
Twelve questions with Jamie Bowen
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 16 days ago
three years reading about things that interest me; Christopher Hitchins, Richard Dawkins. Jean-Paul Sartre's Nausea and Albert Camus' Myth of Sisyphus were useful. If you genuinely think that life is pointless, things can get pretty bleak pretty... Read more
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SportingNews
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar endorses Hillary Clinton, says U.S. must choose 'between hell and reason'words on the state of The States, as Abdul-Jabbar calls this election a "choice
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar endorses Hillary Clinton, says U.S. must choose 'between hell and reason'
SportingNews / Posted 18 days ago
words on the state of The States, as Abdul-Jabbar calls this election a "choice between hell and reason" — a reference to Albert Camus' reaction to the bombing of Hiroshima in 1945. "America was founded on the principles emanating from the Age of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Russell Smith: Personal branding by AI will have us living with the deadagainst talking with the actually dead. I do it all the time. That’s what we do
Russell Smith: Personal branding by AI will have us living with the dead
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
against talking with the actually dead. I do it all the time. That’s what we do when we read their writing. I wonder what Albert Camus would think about a particular situation, and I just go and ask him – by opening up a book at the relevant... Read more
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iol.co.za
Why I fancied the idea of hard labourmyself picking stuff off trees, becoming tanned and lean. I would fall for a lo
Why I fancied the idea of hard labour
iol.co.za / Posted 22 days ago
myself picking stuff off trees, becoming tanned and lean. I would fall for a local boy who played the kazoo and read Albert Camus. In the evenings, we would walk through clicking groves and he would show me the oldest pear tree in the world... Read more
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FIFA
Bini: Every team will go to Rio with high hopesBini is a man of many talents. For some, the 61-year-old Frenchman is a philoso
Bini: Every team will go to Rio with high hopes
FIFA / Posted 23 days ago
Bini is a man of many talents. For some, the 61-year-old Frenchman is a philosopher, known to regularly quote the likes of Albert Camus or Voltaire to inspire his players. Others, though, consider him a musician, someone who celebrates victories... Read more
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Herald Sun
Baa baa humbug of our artist classcrusaders. They also tend to respect the learned wisdom in our traditions. Her
Baa baa humbug of our artist class
Herald Sun / Posted 24 days ago
crusaders. They also tend to respect the learned wisdom in our traditions. Here are just some: Martin Amis, Saul Bellow, Albert Camus, Joseph Conrad, Michel Houellebecq, Rudyard Kipling, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, CS Lewis, Mario Vargas Llosa,... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
'Freedom, or their idea of it': does America need the existentialists?present some familiar names and ideas afresh – possibly, to rehabilitate them.
'Freedom, or their idea of it': does America need the existentialists?
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 26 days ago
present some familiar names and ideas afresh – possibly, to rehabilitate them. In America, even as the 70th anniversary of Albert Camus’ famous visit is celebrated, Bakewell’s book seems timely. Much of the existentialists’ work is out of favour,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Rob Doyle: ‘an original and cocksure writer riding the crest of the new wave’shards of text cribbed from a veritable rag-bag of sources – Colm Tóibín, Batai
Rob Doyle: ‘an original and cocksure writer riding the crest of the new wave’
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
shards of text cribbed from a veritable rag-bag of sources – Colm Tóibín, Bataille, Desmond Hogan, Joyce, Virginia Woolf, Albert Camus, graffiti in a ghost estate on the Wexford coast, and so on (Doyle lists them at the back of the book) – he... Read more
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iol.co.za
Things I have learned while lying downand also do a lot of pointless Internet surfing including watching Viggo Morten
Things I have learned while lying down
iol.co.za / Posted 27 days ago
and also do a lot of pointless Internet surfing including watching Viggo Mortensen reading a lecture originally given by Albert Camus. Now, I would watch Viggo read the telephone directory, but I only managed about 10 minutes of this one.) A... Read more
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dna
Till death do us partrest — whether or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine
Till death do us part
dna / Posted 27 days ago
rest — whether or not the world has three dimensions, whether the mind has nine or twelve categories — comes afterwards. —Albert Camus, The Myth of Sisyphus I am angry. Very angry. As the news of a young TV actor Pratyusha Banerjee’s suicide... Read more
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Freeman journal
New Materials at Kendall Young LibraryImplements" by Peter Hunn "Cravings: Recipes for All The Food You Want to Eat"
New Materials at Kendall Young Library
Freeman journal / Posted 28 days ago
Implements" by Peter Hunn "Cravings: Recipes for All The Food You Want to Eat" by Chrissy Teigen "Algerian Chronicles" by Albert Camus "Blood Brothers: The Fatal Friendship Betweek Muhammad Ali and Malxom X" by Randy Roberts "A Mothers... Read more
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The Seattle Times
‘At the Existentialist Cafe’: deep thinking on the menuCafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails,” she revisits the authors — Jean-P
‘At the Existentialist Cafe’: deep thinking on the menu
The Seattle Times / Posted 28 days ago
Cafe: Freedom, Being, and Apricot Cocktails,” she revisits the authors — Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Martin Heidegger and many others — who captivated her in her youth. The resulting book is a heady brew of... Read more
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The New Yorker
Mrs. Knopf, Invisible TastemakerEuropean authors: Thomas Mann, Sigrid Undset, Knut Hamsun, D. H. Lawrence, Fran
Mrs. Knopf, Invisible Tastemaker
The New Yorker / Posted 30 days ago
European authors: Thomas Mann, Sigrid Undset, Knut Hamsun, D. H. Lawrence, Franz Kafka, Simone de Beauvoir, Albert Camus, Elizabeth Bowen. In retrospect, now that the buying and selling of foreign rights has become such a competitive... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Political discourse discouragingoften says "this is a teachable moment." Mr. Trump could have said, "Chris I wo
Political discourse discouraging
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted a month ago
often says "this is a teachable moment." Mr. Trump could have said, "Chris I would like to quote the Nobel Prize winner Albert Camus' statement entitled "Massacres Justified by Philanthropy: Camus said "on the day crime dons the apparel of... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Idealistic Americans learned hard lessons in the Spanish Civil Warpeople died, either in battle or by execution. The title of this exemplary boo
Idealistic Americans learned hard lessons in the Spanish Civil War
The Seattle Times / Posted 1 months ago
people died, either in battle or by execution. The title of this exemplary book comes from a quote by French writer Albert Camus. “Men of our generation,” he wrote, “have had Spain in our hearts … It was there that they learned … that one... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Imre Kertesz, Nobel literature laureate, diesand Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Imre Kertesz, Nobel literature laureate, dies
The Alliance Review / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influenced by postwar existentialist novels of Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre, Kertesz was fascinated by the fate of the individual in an often totalitarian... Read more
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Daily Record
Scots author on why he penned debut novel about suicideThe French philosopher and author Albert Camus wrote those words in the 50s but
Scots author on why he penned debut novel about suicide
Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
The French philosopher and author Albert Camus wrote those words in the 50s but they remain as relevant in the modern world as we struggle to come to terms with what drives people to take their own lives. Whether it’s a family member, friend,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influenced by the existentialist novels of Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre, Kertesz was fascinated by the fate of the individual in an often totalitarian environment,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Nobel laureate author Imre Kertesz diesand Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel laureate author Imre Kertesz dies
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influenced by the existentialist novels of Albert Camus and Jean-Paul Sartre, Kertesz was fascinated by the fate of the individual in an often totalitarian environment,... Read more
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The News-Herald
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
The News-Herald / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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The Signal
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
The Signal / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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The Hindu
Imre Kertesz, Nobel literature laureate and Auschwitz survivor, dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Imre Kertesz, Nobel literature laureate and Auschwitz survivor, dies at 86
The Hindu / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Nobel Prize-winning author Imre Kertesz, who wrote of Nazi camps, dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel Prize-winning author Imre Kertesz, who wrote of Nazi camps, dies at 86
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
Lake Placid News / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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Daily Herald
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
Daily Herald / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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11 News Houston
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
11 News Houston / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. Influence
Nobel literature laureate Imre Kertesz dies at 86
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 1 months ago
and Elias Canetti in a small apartment overlooking the Danube River. 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,... Read more
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