Albert Camus

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Daily Mirror
Cigarette brands once viewed as an icon of cool could be bannedFile picture The brand is also linked to artists and writers like Pablo Picass
Cigarette brands once viewed as an icon of cool could be banned
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
File picture The brand is also linked to artists and writers like Pablo Picasso, Jean-Paul Sartre, George Orwell and Albert Camus. Henri Charrière, French author and convict, makes frequent reference to his love of Gauloises in his... Read more
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International Business Times
France mulls banning cigarette brands because they are 'too cool' it was announced they may be banned because they are too cool. Gitanes and Gaul
France mulls banning cigarette brands because they are 'too cool'
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
it was announced they may be banned because they are too cool. Gitanes and Gauloises – beloved by icons such as writer Albert Camus, existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre and film director Serge Gainsbourg – are two of the brands that could be banned... Read more
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The Moscow Times
TheaterSanayev's story about his childhood. U Nikitskikh Vorot new stage. 7 p.m. Cal
Theater
The Moscow Times / Posted 4 days ago
Sanayev's story about his childhood. U Nikitskikh Vorot new stage. 7 p.m. Caligula: Eimuntas Nekrosius' staging of Albert Camus' novel about the notorious Roman emperor stars Yevgeny Mironov. of Nations. 7 p.m. Dralion Show from... Read more
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New York Post
The restaurants where mobsters gathered, ate and murderedof Manhattan’s glitterati with claims that he had developed a fondness for Fren
The restaurants where mobsters gathered, ate and murdered
New York Post / Posted 11 days ago
of Manhattan’s glitterati with claims that he had developed a fondness for French existentialists like Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus while imprisoned. The word on the street, however, was that he had become a target after letting it be known... Read more
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The Irish Times
The photographer who started when her father stoppedyoung woman who drowned in the Seine and whose serene death mask inspired many
The photographer who started when her father stopped
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
young woman who drowned in the Seine and whose serene death mask inspired many artists and writers, including Anaïs Nin and Albert Camus. Jurisic’s 100 Muses chapter uses a plaster cast of the death mask. It becomes the recurrent face in Polaroids... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
2 acts coming to Verizon have new CDs to try outpersonal, but wants you/her to share the blame. The quiet-storming funk of "Th
2 acts coming to Verizon have new CDs to try out
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
personal, but wants you/her to share the blame. The quiet-storming funk of "The Fall" might seem at first to rise from Albert Camus' final treatise -- until you realize it's about the close of a tortured relationship. Unless it is... Read more
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The Irish Times
Visual art: A camera that peers into the unknowableyoung woman who drowned in the Seine and whose serene death mask inspired many
Visual art: A camera that peers into the unknowable
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
young woman who drowned in the Seine and whose serene death mask inspired many artists and writers, including Anaïs Nin and Albert Camus. Jurisic’s 100 Muses chapter uses a plaster cast of the death mask. It becomes the recurrent face in Polaroids... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Wimbledon 2016 best storylines: Adam Peacock’s Wimbledon wraparound the Fox Sports compound, which one morning included a recital of quotes
Wimbledon 2016 best storylines: Adam Peacock’s Wimbledon wrap
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 13 days ago
around the Fox Sports compound, which one morning included a recital of quotes from the French author and philosopher Albert Camus. “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer,” said Wally, to a... Read more
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The Hindu
Wimbledon 2016 | Relentless Raonic has the measure of Federerof the time, although not on Friday. And to stick with our theme of the day an
Wimbledon 2016 | Relentless Raonic has the measure of Federer
The Hindu / Posted 16 days ago
of the time, although not on Friday. And to stick with our theme of the day and stay with literature, we can even rope in Albert Camus who wrote: “The absurd joy par excellence is creation.” Federer is nowhere near his pomp. He is simply so good... Read more
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Salon.com
The vicious dialectic of violence and retaliation: A plea for dialogue and peace after Dallasfro and, eventually, the just cause at the root of it all is eclipsed by the im
The vicious dialectic of violence and retaliation: A plea for dialogue and peace after Dallas
Salon.com / Posted 16 days ago
fro and, eventually, the just cause at the root of it all is eclipsed by the immediate pain of the last retaliatory act. Albert Camus, the French philosopher and writer, lamented this dialectic in his plea to an imagined Algerian militant in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Chilcot report - how the world reacted: 'A very British masterclass in quiet, restrained but devastating critique'peace, and we cannot have peace without a healthy environment. This is why Gree
Chilcot report - how the world reacted: 'A very British masterclass in quiet, restrained but devastating critique'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
peace, and we cannot have peace without a healthy environment. This is why Greenpeace will keep campaigning for both. As Albert Camus said, peace is the only battle worth waging, and that has never been more true than in the case of invading... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Elie Wiesel — the Jew who taught us melancholy | David Suissawas his armor, words were his weapon. This wasn’t a coincidence. Wiesel read av
Elie Wiesel — the Jew who taught us melancholy | David Suissa
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 19 days ago
was his armor, words were his weapon. This wasn’t a coincidence. Wiesel read avidly the works of word warriors-- from Albert Camus to the Chassidic masters-- so he was deeply in tune with the power of language. “Write so that the words become... Read more
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The Forward
Elie Wiesel, the Moral Force Who Made Sure We Will Never Forgetremembered his intense desire to learn French and to absorb French literature a
Elie Wiesel, the Moral Force Who Made Sure We Will Never Forget
The Forward / Posted 21 days ago
remembered his intense desire to learn French and to absorb French literature and the thralls of Jean Paul Sartre and Albert Camus, the purveyors of French existentialism. He had a passion for music, and earned his meager living by leading a... Read more
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Danny Yee's Book reviews
On the Abolition of All Political Parties (Simone Weil)activism. There is also an eleven page afterward by translator Simon Leys on Mi
On the Abolition of All Political Parties (Simone Weil)
Danny Yee's Book reviews / Posted 26 days ago
activism. There is also an eleven page afterward by translator Simon Leys on Milosz and his friendship with Weil and Albert Camus. These parts fit together nicely, and together they make up an engaging little volume which gives some feel for... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Joshua J. Whitfield: How to vote morally when both candidates are immoralSince the early days of French liberation, Albert Camus had been critical of Na
Joshua J. Whitfield: How to vote morally when both candidates are immoral
Dallas Morning News / Posted a month ago
Since the early days of French liberation, Albert Camus had been critical of Nazi collaborators, all of them, but not least Christians. The brilliant French-Algerian writer and thinker accused them of shameful silence or sometimes even worse,... Read more

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